Exeter Cathedral in the South West of England is an Anglican cathedral and the seat of the Bishop of Exeter. The cathedral was built in the year 1400, apart from the addition of the Chapter House and Chantry Chapels. It is one of the great cathedrals of England and one of the finest examples of gothic architecture anywhere.
Stainless UK Ltd are proud to have supplied stainless steel reinforcing A252 mesh panels along with other reinforcing products in grade 304 to restore Exeter Cathedral. Renovation was needed in the Chapter House as the heating system was failing.
The entire Chapter House original flooring, including medieval tiles, were painstakingly removed by our client RM Builders and Contractors Ltd. They then installed our mesh into the vented reinforced concrete slab Cathedral sub-floor. This was topped with Glapor insulation and new underfloor heating. A second layer of our mesh was then laid above the underfloor heating, within the new limecrete floor. Finally, RM Builders re-laid the original Purbeck flagstones.