Higher protection for buildings

The A. Proctor Group are experts at solving condensation, airtightness and energy efficiency problems in buildings and has launched a new innovative high performance variable resistance vapour control layer for use in commercial and residential projects. Procheck Adapt is designed

to protect the building fabric from the potential risks of condensation whilst providing the added benefit of serving as an effective airtight barrier. Thanks to its unique design the new membrane offers variable resistance which adapts to changes in humidity levels, becoming increasingly more resistant in Winter and more permeable in Summer.

01250 872261 Cembrit takes the high road

Cembrit has expanded its growing portfolio of roofing accessories with the Cembrit Slate Mono Ridge Ventilation, a practical fibre cement product that provides ridge capping for pitched roofs. Cembrit Slate Mono Ridge Ventilation is a fibre cement product that

complements the smooth, flush look of the fibre cement slates. The ridges are lighter in weight than concrete alternatives, making them easier to install for a roofer working at height. The ridges do not require electric power for cutting, or any dust suppression equipment, equalling a much easier and quicker fitting process.

New surface coating for concrete

A leading European concrete product specialist, has introduced a new product into the UK which provides a proven method of keeping concrete structures dry and protected against the threat of corrosion. Launched by StoCretec, a recognized supplier of concrete restoration, protection and strengthening solutions, StoCryl V 700 borrows a technique found in nature to

create a highly effective water-repellent effect on the concrete surface that also acts as an effective barrier to carbon dioxide. For more information contact Sto by calling or visit the website.

01418 928000 Firm foundations for waterproofing design

Visqueen has launched a specialist service to ensure that building projects meet the latest stringent standards and regulations for water- proofing. The new Waterproofing Design Specialists represent a significant investment by the company to deliver high-level expertise

and experience in all types of waterproofing, fully backed by relevant guarantees. Visqueen’s design experts have undergone Certified Surveyor in Structural Waterproofing training and have Professional Indemnity insurance, providing complete peace of mind both throughout the construction period and following its completion.

0333 202 6800 Cembrit expands its slate range

Cembrit, is proud to announce the addition of two new sizes to its Glendyne range of natural slates, 60x30 and 50x30, offering roofers larger slates and more versatility when working on lower pitched roofs. On a roof with a lower pitch, the large size of the slates will not

let water sit between the slates and prevents the water from getting through. Larger slates work well on low pitched roofs and are best suited for use in coastal areas where the environment has a greater degree of moisture content. UK’s first energy positive office

Wernick Buildings has been appointed to support SPECIFIC and Swansea University in building the UK’s first Active Office, which will generate, store and release its own heat and electricity. Off-site construction is a natural fit

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for an energy efficient project; controlled manufacture creates almost zero waste, and a faster build schedule reduces carbon emissions. Stuart Wilkie, Managing Director of Wernick Buildings commented, “This project is a great opportunity to show what offsite construction can achieve, and how innovative energy saving technology can be brought to the commercial market.”



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