Masonry may deteriorate, crack, delaminate and fail for a variety of reasons. Most of these problems can be overcome by using various combinations of Helifix remedial ties and masonry reinforcement products. With techniques which have wide ranging applications, proven to be effective in overcoming all commonly occurring structural faults and masonry structures.
- Repair of bay windows
- Repairing brick arch lintels
- Repairing cracks near corners and openings
- Stabilising bowed walls into joist sides
- Reconnecting internal walls with external walls
- Replacing cavity wall ties
- Crack stitching
- Creating masonry beams
- Repairing or creating flat arch lintels
- Overcoming foundation settlement
Our products are extremely versatile and adaptable so, if you have a particular problem and require assistance, call our technical support team who will be pleased to help.
The illustration above highlights some of the most commonly occurring structural faults that affect every type of commercial and residential property of all ages and construction. Individually or in combination, Helifix provide a reliable and lasting solution to these and many other problems.
Installed externally in most situations, they leave buildings visually unimpaired and cause negligible disturbance to the building’s fabric or its occupants. Fully concealed, in the vast majority of cases Helifix products avoid expensive and disruptive taking down and rebuilding. They provide secure, lasting connections in all forms of brick, blocks, concrete, stone and timber as well as traditional local building materials such as Devon Cob, Wytchert and Norfolk Clay Lump.
Clearly there are other situations which are not shown here such as failed parapet walls, separated cornices, blown render and many more besides. Using various combinations of Helifix ties, fixings and reinforcing bars virtually any situation can be dealt with so do not hesitate to call us if you have a particular problem which is not covered here.
Details of many other repairs are available in our Downloads section under Repair Details.