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Fri, 5 Apr 2013
Michael Sellars, communications officer at Euroform Products explains the importance of working with suppliers rather than taking a retail approach to the specification of building boards…
ABC+D Magazine | Mon, 10 Mar 2014
Moisture is the number one enemy in shower rooms but few in the bathroom industry realise what may be going on behind the superficial glamour of the tiles. Ian Pattison, managing director at Abacus Direct discusses the problem. In reality, there is a good chance that there will be plasterboard that is slowly turning to a mouldy mush. If left unchecked, the problems can become much more serious. Wet and dry rot might take hold with the potential to spread to joists and other timber within ...
ABC+D Magazine | Wed, 26 Feb 2014
In education facilities, where floors are subjected to high volumes of daily traffic, a successful flooring installation is vital. By considering the demands of the setting when specifying subfloor preparation products, optimum aesthetic appeal and lasting performance will be achieved. Stephen Boulton, technical service manager at F. Ball and Co, advises on the importance of subfloor preparation in school settings, including how to avoid the common pitfalls that can result in a new ...
H+H Celcon | Fri, 10 Jan 2014
H+H Celcon has produced a technical update for the new Approved Document Part L, explaining how Celcon Blocks can be used to meet the new regulations, due to come into effect on 6th April 2014.
Stannah | Mon, 10 Mar 2014
Stannah’s Midilift SLplus cabin platform lift has been installed at Harborough District Council’s Grade II listed offices in Leicestershire, designed to provide an easy access solution with a self supporting structure consisting of 21 glass panels. The hydraulic-drive cabin can support a rated load of 400kg at a speed of 0.15m/s over a distance of 3695mm, enabling visitors to the facilities to be taxied between the Local Authority offices, Library and Museum.
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Welwyn Garden City, UK
Sika-Trocal provides flat roofing membranes that are suitable for a wide range of applications including new build, refurbishment and green roof specifications. Established in the UK in 1972 and with a proven track record of high quality roofing installations, Sika-Trocal offers an unrivalled ...
Alumasc Harmer Drainage video article
St Helens, UK
Alumasc's Harmer range provides a single source for innovative drainage solutions that are designed to perform, engineered to last.