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Masonry Tie irons are structural connectors that are used to secure the façade of a cavity wall to the main structure of a building. Brick ties, timber frame ties and remedial wall ties are used at regular spacing to withstand live and static loads.
Twistfix supplies all types of wall ties so you can buy exactly what you need to build, extend or repair your home:
Cavity wall ties frequently need to be fixed to inner and outer leafs of of a structure including those with dissimilar building materials. Many modern methods of construction may comprise an outer wall of traditional brickwork and an inner wall of concrete, timber or thin joint thermal block. Similarly renovation projects may need to rebuild an outer skin of a cavity wall or add a new extension, both using metric brickwork that needs to be tied to existing walls comprising bricks of imperial measurements.
Retrofit lateral restraint systems are designed to resist the outward thrust of bowing walls. It is common in older housing stock to find that the external walls are not tied to the floors. Masonry facades are also frequently parting company with the main structure of a building due to poor bonding at the junction of the façade and internal partitions or party walls.
Remedial wall ties are not just used for wall tie replacement. They provide an outstanding repair option for separating solid walls; many older buildings that have a facade of attractive bricks, stone, blocks or masonry cladding a load-bearing backing wall. If the facing starts to move away from the backing it can be immediately restrained by the installation of remedial wall ties.