As reported in this week’s Chester Standard, Maxiflow have been helping to secure Chester’s heritage at the Guildhall on Watergate Street.
Last week, the tenants received reports that figures were spotted climbing around the roof of the Grade II listed building, possibly scouting out the areas which are fitted with lead sheeting.
Though nothing was stolen, it prompted Cheshire West & Chester Council, owners of the Guildhall, to look into ways to effectively protect their assets and deter the very real threat of thieves.
Maxiflow have now coated all of the Guildhall’s leadwork with our Asset Marker lacquer and have erected signage which warns of the new security measures.
This is one of the many buildings we have now treated, a list which includes locations such as Northwich Library, electrical substations and telecommunication hubs.
We are now installing this system on a large portfolio of sites for Cheshire West & Chester, keep up to date with Maxiflow to learn more!