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Best wall tie installers by results

25 January 2020

Brick-Tie College of building restoration delivers its first class! Following the first exam of 2020 the results are in for appraisal. It looks like we really are the best wall tie installers. However, there’s always room for improvement in life. As a result we’ve responded with a bespoke lesson to improve our team’s knowledge and […]

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We know wall tie replacement

15 January 2020

Brick-Tie launches an in-house college to drive higher standards in Wall tie replacement and preservation work

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Apprentice of the year to trainee surveyor

10 October 2018

From apprentice to damp and timber surveyor – a career path to be proud of

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Safe by design

15 January 2018

Planning to work safe starts as soon as we visit your home or business. Damp proofing, wall tie replacement or structural repairs – safe by design

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Wall Tie Corrosion in post war housing and Commercial Buildings

11 August 2013

For some time wall tie corrosion has tended to be pigeon-holed as a defect of pre-war housing. It’s common in 1930s semis and it’s true; my wall tie specialist company’s bread and butter is pre-war dwellings.

However, over the past ten years I’ve noticed a steady drift in our work, which these days includes more and more post war commercial properties.

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Cavity wall tie corrosion – the problem of expansion

3 January 2013

Why is it that old cavity wall ties may need replacing, even when the cavity wall tie corrosion seems light and the ties look very thick and strong, what harm can surface wall tie corrosion really do? This is a question we often get asked, particularly by builders and other tradesmen, who have removed a […]

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