2014 has been a year to celebrate for Helifix; it marks 20 years since the launch of our innovative Helibeam system that revolutionised masonry repair, we’ve relocated our London operation to an impressive new site, and we’ve launched three new products to make fixing and repair easier and safer on site.
A growing use for Helifix masonry reinforcement systems is to stabilise existing buildings during a new construction phase or a significant restoration, enabling major structural works to be undertaken safely and cost-effectively.
Last month, Helifix Area Sales Manager, Hayley Palmer and her husband Colin Davis raised an impressive £3000 on behalf of the Ashfield Trust. Almost half of the funds raised came from the generous donations of our Helifix staff and customers.
Helifix has developed a more compact version of its Power Driver Attachment (PDA) used to install its high performance InSkew warm roof batten fixings.
New from Helifix, is the versatile and technically well proven Dixie micro-pile. Helifix has obtained exclusive UK rights to this high performance system which is backed by International Code Council (ICC) certification.
On Friday 29th August a building conservation masterclass on the repair and maintenance of masonry arch bridges will be taking place at the Charlestown Workshops in Fife. The workshop has been organised by the Scottish Lime Centre Trust and lasts 9.30am - 4.30pm.
Helifix has introduced SockFix, a grouted sock anchor for stabilising damaged masonry in a variety of heavy duty, high load applications.
Helifix is proud to announce that with effect from Monday 28th April 2014 it relocated to an impressive new office facility in London. The Helifix team is now located at: The Mille, 1000 Great West Road, London TW8 9DW
Helifix has released a new brochure to help those undertaking window replacement or external wall insulation programmes to avoid potentially expensive and time consuming structural problems.