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SITE PREPARATION Spot repair with Osmo UK


Osmo UK provides the perfect solution for spot repairs with the easy-to-use Polyx®


-Oil


Care and Repair Paste. This hard-wearing paste – that is available in a toothpaste style tube - has been specifically designed to help maintain, repair and restore internal wood. Developed from natural oils and waxes, the eco-friendly gel-like-paste is made of the Osmo UK Polyx®


-Oil. Creating an extremely


durable and hardwearing layer, this spot repair paste is suitable for use on wood in indoor areas, including furniture surfaces,


worktops made of solid wood or laminated wood, and all wooden floors, OSB and cork flooring. The paste is ready to use straight from the tube and should be applied with a lint-free cloth once the surface is clean.


www.osmouk.com Maximum mobility in new stretch clothing


Snickers Workwear is well known for its uncompromising approach to quality and functionality, comfort and durability. Hi-tech fabrics and body-mapping designs ensure maximum working mobility wherever you are. With a range of new Trousers, Jackets, Rainwear and Accessories on their way, there’s plenty of scope for every professional craftsman and woman to stretch their performance on site comfortably. The brand new comfort fabrics woven into Snickers’ latest designs deliver


enhanced freedom of movement as well as improved ventilation and close quarter mobility. They also mean that the clothes have a slimmer tailored fit for better all-round looks and protection against snagging.


info@snickersworkwear.co.uk Ecco Concertina Loft Ladder


year of supplying the highest quality loft ladders. 2018 marks an exciting year of continued innovation and new products, including the new Ecco concertina loft ladder. The Ecco combines an aluminium ladder with the latest multi-point loft hatch technology. The result is a durable, airtight and highly insulated space saving loft ladder. It also features a counter-balance spring system, therefore making the Ecco very easy to operate.


Premier Loft Ladders are celebrating their 15th


For more information about the Ecco and our other new products for 2018, please visit the Premier Loft Ladders website.


0845 9000 195 www.premierloftladders.co.uk/15 Ancon launches IHR Head Restraint


ANCON has re-engineered its IHR internal head restraint to accommodate gaps at the wall head of up to 75mm, extending the previous maximum of 50mm. Head Restraints provide a simple support at the top of masonry panels. They are typically installed in the inner leaf of blockwork on a framed structure, where the masonry is non load-bearing. Design resistances are available for this new improved IHR range, based on independent product testing. This information is available


in the Ancon Wall Ties and Restraint Fixings technical literature available to download. Recording, analysing and fulfilling unmet customer demands, are a key driver to Ancon’s on-going success.


0114 238 1219 www.ancon.co.uk


STRUCTURAL WARRANTY SITE INSURANCE SITE SURVEYS


Self-Build Zone provides Site Insurance and liability cover for anyone starting new building works, as well as covering any existing structures on site.


Our Approved Inspectors can facilitate all survey services you may need during the build or for the warranty provision. On completion, Build-Zone can provide you with a 10 Year Structural Warranty.


For more information or to obtain a quotation go online at or Call the Self-Build Zone Team on www.selfbuildzone.com 0345 230 9874 30 www.sbhonline.co.uk september/october 2018


Self Build Zone


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