During the month of March 2017 Renderseal Ltd had an enquiry emailed to us by the owner of the Three Horseshoes Pub’ which is situated in the heart of ‘Wells-next-the-sea’ Norfolk, stating the original beer cellar was leaking water. They had been given our details from a previous client that we had worked for along the coast. The Three Horseshoes has been a public house for many years. The clients aim was to carry out a total internal upgrade and refurbishment and is due to re-open summer 2017. We arranged for our surveyor to visit the property and to carry out a free inspection and to submit a full report and specification to include all costs to stop the ingress of water. During our surveyors visit we noted that some of the walls were constructed of not only brickwork but flint construction, for which we cannot apply a Sika 1 System and we therefore instructed Gunite Solutions team to go and carry out application of Spray Gunite concrete to these walls, therefore reinforcing the substrate to allow a Sika waterproof system to be applied. The existing slab was of a poor condition and had a lot of uncertainly of the make-up and thickness of materials. We excavated the existing slab and whilst doing so we inspected the foundations and found that we was able to re-lay the new slab slightly lower which gave valuable head height.
Once the new slab had cured sufficiently we applied the Sikadur Combiflex waterproof expansion joint at wall/floor junction (old & new) and any other cracks and joints as per the manufactures recommendation. We then proceeded to apply the Sika 1 pre-bagged System to the walls following the contours with a 300mm lap over the floor, followed by laying a 30mm Sika pre-bagged screed. Upon completion of the above works our 10 year insurance backed guarantee was issued to The Three Horseshoe Enterprises Ltd.
Our works consisted of the following:-
Interesting, simple furnishings in unspoilt pub, real ales and seats outside; bedrooms The Three Horseshoes Pub is a step back into the past. It's an old-fashioned pub dating from 1720 and the gas-lit simple rooms look unchanged since the 1920s.) red leatherette settles built around partly panelled walls in the public bar, royalist photographs. Norfolk Brewhouse Moon Gazer Dark Mild, Woodfordes Wherry and a guest ale on handpump or tapped from the cask and local cider served by friendly staff. There's a courtyard garden with flower tubs and a well. There are five basic bedrooms next door in what was the post office.
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