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Masonry Repair Details

Twistfix have compiled a compre­hen­si­ve set of new masonry repair details showing a number of design specifi­cati­ons for the structural re­in­for­cem­ent and str­engthening of masonry wall structures. We have added these standard repair designs to our website in order to help those who are specifying or carrying out structural repairs using wall ties, crack stitching, lateral restraints and more.

These specificati­on sheets are extremely useful for those working in the construction and refur­bis­hme­nt industry. You will be able to see easily the appropriate masonry repair details along with method statements and product specifications in regards to a variety of structural repairs to masonry walls. Take a look at our structural repair specifi­cations today!

If you do require more information then why not visit our Twistfix Interactive House where you can see visually the modern methods of masonry repair. This shows the structural masonry repair products being used in animated format, com­pli­men­ting the set of structural repair design details.

Twistfix provides all the technical information you require as well as the leading products from the market in order to tackle structural repairs. We supply a full range of wall ties in stainless steel as well as the popular Teplo Tie for new build and retrofit appli­cati­ons. We have resin grouted, mechanical or helical brick ties for remedial replacement systems and for tying brick, masonry or timber cavity walls.

In regards to our crack stitching, Twistfix heli bars are available in 1m, 1.5m and 2m lengths and these crack stitching bars can be easily grouted into existing masonry to repair cracks in walls and increase their stability and strength. The crack stitching bars prevent cracked walls from continuing to crack and the crack stitching ties can be installed directly into the masonry units in order to bind them together.­  Long lengths of helical bars are supplied for forming retrofit masonry beams for lintel repair applications

Lateral restraint ties may be required when structural repair is being carried out on a bulging wall. These are fitted to the outside of a property to tie the masonry to the main structure of the building via flooring timbers, causing minimal disturbance to the occupants.

All the details for the above masonry repairs are outlined in the structural repair spe­cifi­cati­ons. Please do make use of these fantastic spe­cifi­cations and if you still need help in selecting products for structural repair then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

For more information on structural masonry repair products then please contact Twistfix on 0845 123 6007 or email sales@­twistfix.­co.­uk.

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