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BUILDING FABRIC & EXTERIORS FIXTURES & FINISHES Sleek and chic, perfect fit for modern homes


As winter fast approaches, now is the time to consider all your home’s heating needs. To help you create a warm, welcoming home this winter, the contemporary-style Christon multi-fuel stove from Mendip is available as a freestanding design, inset fire or logstore stove to suit every setting. The freestanding model looks especially striking set atop a chunky plinth platform while the logstore version is a great little space-saver with plenty of open-fronted


storage beneath for seasoned logs. For a flush finish to create a seamless look, the inset design offers the beauty of built-in. What’s more, the UK designed Christon is also Ecodesign Ready.


01934 750500 www.mendipstoves.co.uk Choose a paint that lasts with TeknosPro


The answer for maintaining windows, doors, conservatories and other joinery, Teknos Futura Aqua 40 is a waterborne urethane alkyd based paint with a highly durable semi-gloss finish. Suitable for interior and exterior use, the product is designed for professionals and joinery manufacturers requiring a spray, brush or roller applied finish that flows easily on wood, metal and building board surfaces. Teknos Futura Aqua 40 does not drip, is easily tinted to all Teknos


colour shades, can be thinned with water and used in conjunction with the versatile Futura Aqua 3 primer. Quick drying times mean the surface is dry after one hour and through-dry after two to three days.


www.teknos.co.uk Osmo transforms a garden shed


As many are aware, new build properties often come equipped with a garden that is purely a blank canvas, perfectly suited for the new homeowner to make their own. One such homeowner wanted to do just that. Edward Cole commented, “After doing some research, the Osmo range seemed to be the perfect fit for our revamp project, as this product boast a chemical free content. Not only this, but we spotted the Country Colour range, which excited us, as it meant that


we could add a splash of colour to our garden shed.” Country Colour offers an opaque, satin wood finish for exterior wood. The range promises premium durability and a rich colour.


www.osmouk.com Purevision slimline models


Charlton & Jenrick is pleased to announce the launch of the slimline versions of its popular Purevision stoves. New models are available in the new slimline format are the PV5W, BPV5W (Black – pictured) and the Classic CPV5W. The new versions keep the same look, design and feel but benefit from being shallower and in the case of the Classic stove also shorter. This was after feedback from their customers who love the look


and performance of the Purevision stoves but were looking for a more universal fitting stove that would fit into more situations. Charlton & Jenrick have recently announced a significant price decrease across the Purevision range.


sales@charltonandjenrick.co.uk Select the best with Sika PRO select


The sealants and adhesive range from Everbuild – A Sika Company is growing with the launch of Sika PRO Select, a fantastic new range bringing the renowned Sika technical expertise to the trade user.


This extensive new range consists of ten products including Sika MaxTack Super Charged, an extremely fast setting adhesive with a fixing time of just 20 minutes and the ability to bond to a variety of surfaces, both indoors and outdoors and even underwater. The PRO Select r ange also includes Sika MaxTack Ultra Clear, a 100 per cent transparent, high strength sealant and adhesive, Sika MaxTack Ultimate, an extra strong hybrid sealant and adhesive for use on almost every application imaginable, SikaSeal Multi Purpose Silicone and Sika MaxTack Instant Grab SF. So whatever the application, there is sure to be a suitable product in the Sika PRO Select range.


For more information on the PRO Select range or any other product within the Everbuild and Sika ranges, contact your local sales representative, call the sales office or visit the website.


0113 240 3456 www.everbuild.co.uk Red Grandis™ lands at Lathams


One of the UK’s biggest independent timber and panel products distributors, James Latham, is now offering Red Grandis™ directly from stock through all eight of its nationwide timber depots. Ethically sourced and plantation grown in Uruguay by forestry and logging giant Urufor, Red Grandis is one hundred percent FSC®


certified and fully complaint with EUTR legislation.


Offering exceptional durability and stability, this high-performing, versatile hardwood timber – which comes from the Eucalyptus family - is also easy to machine and stain, plus, because it is plantation grown, it offers continuity of supply. James Latham’s Technical Timber Sales Development Manager, Justin Hayward explained, “We are really excited to be able to offer this product and I am confident that it will quickly become a popular choice with our customers”. Typical uses for Red Grandis include all types of joinery such as windows, doors, conservatories, mouldings and cladding. It is particularly well suited to large projects such as door frames as it is supplied in long engineered lengths so it is less likely to bow and warp, this in turn reduces the need to overlap and finger joint frames. Red Grandis is available in the following thicknesses as sawn timber; 25mm, 32mm, 38mm and 50mm and in widths of 150mm and wider as well as long lengths (mainly 3.7m to 4.9m).


www.lathamtimber.co.uk 42 www.sbhonline.co.uk november/december 2017


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