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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


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The Stainless Steel Handrail Component System PRO-RAILING


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• No screws, no treated softwood joists •No drilling, no mechanical fixing •Installs up to five times faster


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 *Orders over £150 within our standard delivery area and elsewhere at cost.


EasyClick boards have grooves on the underside which click into specially designed clips fixed onto aluminium battens


• Available in top quality tropical hardwoods as well as eco- friendly DURO EXCELLENCE composite •CAD & BIM Objects available


iDecking-uk.com wallbarn.com +44 (0) 208 916 2222 sales@wallbarn.com


Effi cient thermal insulation. For concrete parapets.


The Schöck Isokorb® type AXT off ers a cost-eff ective and more thermally effi cient alternative to wrapped parapets. Thus makes sure that no additional thermal bridges are created and gives you more scope for design – for narrow parapets, architectural concrete and larger terrace areas.


Schöck Ltd | Staniford House | 4 Wedgwood Road | Bicester | Oxfordshire | OX26 4UL | www.schoeck.co.uk/parapet


ADF JULY 2017


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