The comprehensive guide includes details of Structherm’s external wall insulation (EWI) and structural external wall insulation (SEWI) systems.
Setting out the differences between EWI and SEWI, the catalogue considers the benefits of the systems.
For example, it explains how the systems can extend the life of properties and reduce CO2 emissions and fuel consumption.
It also offers examples of solutions for a number of different construction methods, such as in-situ concrete, medium and high rise, and non-traditional housing.
Details about the different types of insulation, renders and finishes that Structherm offers is also included.
Structherm provides technical support and design services for all of its customers.
Each of its insulation systems holds BBA certification; they boast a service life of at least 30 years, providing they are well maintained.
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