The Saint-Gobain Weber weberwall brick is a simple lightweight brick effect product supplied on mesh sheets, in a range of highly realistic brick finishes.
Compared to traditional brick slip systems, weberwall brick can be installed over three times faster. To install two square metres of brick slips would take approximately 58 minutes. In contrast, using weberwall brick to cover the same area would take approximately 17 minutes. This allows for the faster completion of buildings.
weberwall brick has a BBA life expectancy of 30 years.
It is applied directly to the substrate with a specially formulated render before being pointed in the same way as a standard brick.
One wall wrap (displaying 20 brick faces) weighs the same as one standard brick. This saves on handling and transport costs, and easing the build process.
The weberwall brick is available in three different designs to accommodate common design requirements:
– wall wrap
– corner wrap
– solider wrap
This minimises the need for cutting and allows even semi-skilled workers to install the product quickly and accurately.
It is also suitable for interior design, providing a modern industrial finish to the interiors of bars, restaurants, shops, leisure centres and other buildings. This is instead of easily damaged brick effect wallpaper and reliefs.
For more information, visit https://www.uk.weber/weberwall-brick
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