Upgrading non-traditional housing
Early non-traditional or system built housing was not built to today's thermal standards and some prefabricated units were only ever intended to be temporary accommodation which, while much appreciated at the time, were not intended to have a long life.
1. Concrete decay
3. Condensation problems
Low thermal resistance of the wall construction often means that these properties are plagued by condensation problems.
Where a steel frame was used with a mixture of steel cladding and masonry, condensation is a big problem and in the extreme can cause failure in the steel structure.
Solution with the following Weber products
An extruded aluminium spanning rail to provide a cavity when using External Wall Insulation with single skin or frame construction
Our External Wall Insulation system featuring real brick slips for an authentic brick finish
Our traditional multi-layer render system which incorporates an extensive range of versatile and attractive finishes.
Our unique XPress system incorporating a through-coloured render which can be applied by pump for speed and simplicity.
BS EN 1504 compliant concrete patch repair system