We are currently halfway through a project, which involves us refurbishing the sluice rooms at several care homes throughout Norfolk. We have completed five sluice rooms, with seven more to work on.
With all the rooms being very similar, the specification of works for each room is largely identical. On commencement of each sluice room, we strip out the room on arrival to remove all fittings, shelving, covings and skirtings, lights and tiles. We then disconnect all supplies, and remove the associated pipework and waste pipes. The next stage is for us to make good all surfaces ready for the installation of a white pvc pannelling system, which we fit on all the walls. Our mechanical colleagues then install new surface mounted pipework. We complete the works by installing a series of stainless-steel equipment as specified by the client, laying new flooring, painting the ceiling and door, and fitting new lights.
The latest sluice room that we have finished is at a care home in Long Stratton. We refurbished the ground floor room initially, before moving onto the sluice room on the first floor.