By June 13, 2017 Read More →

Praise for Scolmore’s role in church conversion

The stunning restoration and conversion of a 189-year-old former church into luxury studio apartments in the centre of Bolton has been completed, with products from Scolmore’s Mode wiring accessories and Flameguard lighting products installed during the transformation.

The new Grade II listed Trinity Court development – on the former Holy Trinity Church site – comprises 82 furnished luxury apartments, divided across three sections – the church, the nave and the gatehouse.

The church exterior has been kept virtually intact, including its highly ornate stained glass windows, with apartments created within the original shell, as well as many others in a bespoke modern building to the rear of the church.

Fire-rated and acoustic-rated downlights from Scolmore’s lighting range have been fitted in all the apartments. The downlights incorporate Scolmore’s Flameguard system which offers an integrated fire and acoustic barrier and a full 90 minutes fire rating.

Located inside the top of the downlight and around the outside of the body, the FlameGuard seals are manufactured from an intumescent material that expands in the event of fire. As the material expands it fills the ventilation holes in the top of the downlight and also seals the ceiling cut-out.

The electrical sockets installed in the apartments are from Scolmore’s Mode range – a stylish, contemporary and flexible range of smooth profile wiring accessories.

Electrical contractor, William Dyer Electrical UK Ltd, undertook the electrical installation for the project, commenting: “William Dyer Electrical UK Ltd has been using the Scolmore range of products for several years and on numerous projects and we have always found them to be of a high quality and very robust.

“Having such a broad range of products and finishes to choose from, means that we can provide wiring accessory and lighting solutions that fit perfectly with all our projects – from student accommodation to the most prestigious installations.”

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