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As the safety and welfare of all concerned is paramount to Varley Insulation Products Limited, we have made the decision to temporarily close our doors. Following these challenging times, our doors will close from 5pm 25th March 2020. We will reopen as soon as we are able when we have a clearer date when business can resume under more normal conditions.
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I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your support and we look forward to reconnecting with you on our return. We hope all our customers and their families stay safe and well through these challenging times and we are very much looking forward to seeing you all very soon.

Fire - Cladding & Roofing

Most fires are preventable. There are fire resistant materials such as stone, brick, concrete, steel, cast iron and even fire resistant wood. These materials are used on the exteriors, interiors, and on the roof of a building and many of them are will remain undamaged as temperatures rise during a fire.

• A fire will always damage a structure, but with the addition of fire-resistant materials, it will take longer, buying extra time for the occupants to escape.
• A material may be fireproof because it has been treated with a chemical or it may be naturally fire resistant as in the case of concrete and brick.
• Fire resistant materials are designed to resist burning, while fire retardant materials will burn more slowly.
• Fire curtains are designed to prevent the spread of fire for 30 or 90 minutes depending on the construction of the curtain.
• Fire rated foam, which will stop fire for two hours can be applied to small gaps in masonry floors and walls, around cabling and pipes and around windows and fire door frames.

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