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106 LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


Norcros Adhesives makes Moregeous even more gorgeous


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ian Astley is an interior designer, TV builder, project manager and renovation expert at Moregeous Design. Her


business is based in Manchester in a renovated Victorian villa which combines a super-insulated new build with a sensitively restored existing home. Norcros Adhesives became involved at Moregeous HQ back in 2018 when Sian attended a trade day at the Mandarin Stone showroom in Wilmslow. They discussed the 45 sqm terrace at Moregous HQ and decided to work together. Morgeous HQ has a long 9-metre garden-


facing elevation, which is split into one 5-metre and one 2-metre bi-fold section, with a 2-metre section of decorative brickwork. This was designed so that when stepping out of the kitchen, you are straight on to the terrace, which then turns at the end to follow the unusually angled build. Sian was concerned about the effect of extreme weathering and temperatures. She wanted to


White and 4 Into 1 Wall and Floor Tile Grout in Steel Grey. Dave the tiler treated the concrete filled


reduce any risk of the 1200 x 300 porcelain tiles ‘lifting’ and ensure easy cleaning and anti-weathering for the external grout. “It’s the products which hold the tiles firm


and prevent any water ingress that are really important. If unsuitable, this can cause expansion and contraction during freezing temperatures, leading to movement of the tiles.” The products used on the job were Norcros Prime Bond, Pro 50 Levelling Compound, One Part Flexible Adhesive in


terrace using Prime Bond, a multipurpose water-based synthetic SBR polymer that primed and sealed the concrete ready for levelling. Pro-50 levelling compound was then mixed, with Dave noting it was easy to get a lovely flowing mix. Pro 50 is perfect for use externally, even with the low English winter temperatures, and has great strength due to the polymer strand reinforcements. To lay the porcelain tiles, Norcros One


Part Flexible Adhesive was used. This is a polymer modified adhesive mortar for use on walls and floors in both internal and external locations. Norcros 4 Into 1 Wall and Floor Tile Grout


in Steel Grey complemented the grey timber planks and finished the job well. “The tiles look beautiful” says Sian.


01782 524140 www.norcros-adhesives.com On the right path with Marshalls


Marshalls Landscape Protection has brought together its range of Active Travel Solutions in a new brochure and website landing page. The collection has been designed to create safer and more inviting urban spaces for cyclists and pedestrians. With a wide range of solutions including surface-mounted planters, bollards and street furniture, Marshalls


Landscape Protection offers numerous options for delineating cycle lanes and pedestrianising areas. For example, the innovative Zicla® Zebra®


Zero cycle segregation product can serve as a protective barrier to prevent vehicles on the road from invading the cycle lane.


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