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SITE PREPARATION BUILDING FABRIC & EXTERIORS


Simpson expands range


Introducing the latest product offering by a leading construction connector manufacturer Simpson Strong-Tie; masonry reinforcement and render mesh solutions for timber and masonry construction: Bricktor® for crack control reinforcement; Brickforce® masonry applications; Bricktie®


for structural reinforced - developed to overcome the problems


associated with lifting heavy blocks in the construction of 215 mm and greater thickness walls; STUCANET HGBM and EBM - purpose designed steel welded wire mesh plaster and render carriers.


Sales Director Jon Head comments “The introduction of a complete suite of masonry reinforcement products means that, along with our wall ties, frame ties and joist hangers, we can now offer the widest range of masonry connectors to the UK construction sector.”


Visit our Resources page for more information and to download our handy flyer, packed with product details and installation advice.


01827 255600 www.strongtie.co.uk


INCREASE YOUR ATTIC INSULATION PERFORMANCE BY UP TO 50%


Save Energy Save Money


Thermahood Downlight Covers!


Reduce heat loss. Reduce draughts. Improve air quality.


Reduce the risk of condensation. Made from flame retardent material BS EN 60598-1 & EN60598-2-2 Meet requirements for Building Regulation 2.3; C2 - Condensation L1 - Insulation and Air Leakage E1 - Sound Protection


028 4177 4047


info@thermahood.com www.thermahood.com


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