Whilst Trimline where involved in this project, the sanitary ware contractors had fitted all sanitary ware before the tiling contractor had a chance to seal the stone. Ordinarily, with a solvent based sealer this would have required covering up the taps, basins, mirrors and other sanitary ware to apply the sealer. Trimline recommended and supplied the Vulcaseal water-based sealer which could be spray applied without damaging this sanitary ware, also eliminating the need for covering. This saved 20 site labourers 7 days of work, reducing both labour and material costs.
Trimline went on site to do a test bathroom with the stone sealer and wrote full technical specifications to fix the 20 mm thick stone to walls and floors. Trimline sent stone samples to Italy for pull-off testing to ensure British standards were met. The team also submitted samples of bespoke bronze tile trim to the client, provided on-site training for stone installers, and monitored the entire installation, offering technical guidance throughout the project.