A1 roofs are the only way to clean the house, according to a leading roofing manufacturer.
According to A1 Roofs, the most common cleaning method is to use a hose to pull the roof off, and the second most common is to spray the roof with water.
However, A1’s owner and CEO, Ramesh Rameshi, said the company is now looking into more sophisticated cleaning methods to prevent mould growth.
“The main reason behind our decision to focus on the use of water is that we want to ensure that there are no leaks and no damage caused to the structural integrity of the building,” Ramesi said in an interview to The Hindu.
“Our process involves three layers of chemicals: a liquid-based solvent, a water-based solvents, and a dry powder that will dry up on contact with the floor.”
He added that the company has started to focus more on the “thermal performance” of the roofing material, in order to reduce the chance of leaks, and improve the “stability and water resistance” of its product.””
The next step is to get the dry powder dry on the floor and then use it to spray water on the roof.”
He added that the company has started to focus more on the “thermal performance” of the roofing material, in order to reduce the chance of leaks, and improve the “stability and water resistance” of its product.
“We are trying to achieve an average of three-four months of use before the coating needs to be replaced,” Radeshi said.
The company has already tested several products on its own, including the brand new Pangla Ratta.
According to Rameshis, the company uses a “soft, flexible” coating to reduce “mould growth” on its products.
According the company, the product is the first product to have been tested on its brand new Ratta in a year.
The company said it has tested the coating on its Ratta for eight months, and has found that the coating has been effective at removing mould growth on the inside of the house.
“Our initial trials on our Pangola Ratta have been very positive, with only one person experiencing mould growth,” Rakesh said.
“So far, we have tested over 20,000 products on our Ratta to date, and we have found that these are the best of the best,” he added.
The A1 brand also launched a new product, the A1 Mantle, which is meant to reduce mould growth by “sustaining the structure of the home”.
The A-pillar, a series of five vertical panels, is made from polypropylene and features a steel plate at the base that supports the ceiling, walls and roof.
According Rames, the Mantle can also be installed on an existing A1 floor and “make the entire floor look better”.
According to Radesh, the new Mantle is only a “short term solution” to the problem of mould growth, and that he hopes to introduce it to all A-pillars by the end of the year.
The new Maces can be used on A1s up to a height of 60 metres, and can be installed as a “towel or broom”, he added, as the product does not require any special installation process.