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Traditional Lime pointing

23 September 2016

Structural repairs to listed and traditional buildings need modern application of traditional materials…

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High quality damp proofing technicians are made not born

27 May 2016

Our Friday morning de-brief is serious business – with a lighter side too. Here on planet Brick-Tie we make high quality damp and timber technicians. Our job has been made much easier this year, with the introduction of the new Property Care Association Apprentice scheme. We’ve been involved with the scheme from the start, with […]

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The Property Care Association ‘Alternative repair strategies for Traditional Buildings’.

24 April 2016

Our boss, Bryan Hindle was able to attend this widely anticipated course on traditional repairs last Thursday. This is the second event of its kind, which the SPAB (Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings), has delivered at the PCA training shed. Bryan missed the inaugural day last year, because he was on a pre-booked holiday

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Is that woodworm active? The answer’s in Yorkshire

29 March 2015

Is that woodworm active? Our boss Bryan Hindle gives you hints and tips to answer this like a pro…

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Two apprenticeships with Brick-Tie start in 2015

6 December 2014

Fancy a career in the Property Care Industry? Brick-Tie Have two apprenticeship places available in 2015

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Filed under: Basement Waterproofing Cavity Wall Ties Damp Dry Rot General Health & Safety listed buildings Masonry Materials PCA Structural Repairs Timber Infestations training Wall Ties Waterproofing Wet Rot Woodworm

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Dry Rot Attacking Yorkshire’s Buildings can be Stopped Without Drama

22 November 2013

Dry Rot? Just how hard is it to treat?

We get lots of calls from clients worried about dry rot treatment. Usually this follows a survey which has suggested dry rot is present in their house, often the survey report will carry dire warnings about the dry rot, resulting in worried homeowners.

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