Have you checked out our fantastic new selection of special offers for September? From Expanding Foam Filler to Asphalt Repair Kits, we have lots of prices reduced by up to 25%, allowing you to stock up on essential items and make substantial savings. Some of the products currently featuring in our promotion, which ends on September 30th 2014, are detailed below.
DIY and How to's
Are you scouring the internet looking for articles on "How to repair a blacktop asphalt driveway?" If you're a DIY (Do It Yourself) kind of homeowner, you've come to the right place!
To be honest, there are a lot of great articles out there on the internet that explain what you need to do to repair your asphalt driveway but we wanted to create an article that explains not only "how to repair a blacktop asphalt driveway" but also the products and equipment you will need to properly make the necessary repairs.
Twistfix are specialist suppliers of a range of admixtures, additional ingredients that are combined with a base material to improve and/or modify its properties. These improvements can include added strength, quality and durability, offering a longer and more efficient service life and, with discounts of between 17% and 32% in price, delivering impressive cost savings.
The end of summer is certainly not a time when drought is on anyone’s mind! However, with the autumn just beginning, now is the perfect time to begin harvesting the inevitable torrents of rainwater that will fall over the coming seasons, meaning that you will have a near-inexhaustible supply during the next dry period.
Work began this month on a large-scale project to repair 160 properties on a new housing estate in South Wales. The houses, which have a timber frame construction, failed a recent National House Building Council (NHBC) inspection when it was discovered that the properties were not structurally sound due to inadequate brickwork restraint.
Along with the special offers on damp proofing products featured in our last article, we also have discounted prices on two of the most popular items from our comprehensive masonry crack repair and wall ties selection. All offers are available until the 31st August 2014 so order soon and save up to 37% on these quality items!
Masonry Crack Repair Kit
Summer is prime time for repair and renovation work to damp properties. Check out our fantastic offers on a selection of damp proofing and waterproofing products - with discounts of up to 30% available only until the end of August, now is the time to stock up on these essential products and make massive savings.
Platon 2 Tanking Membrane
Resinfix Renovations, a Twistfix-registered contractor, have recently completed an extensive refurbishment project in Nottingham. The property had been largely neglected externally and required much work to restore it to its former glory.
Twistfix regularly distribute leads for masonry crack repair work in London and other major cities to members of our registered contractor scheme. Under the scheme builders can apply for registration for specific skill areas within the UK regions that they service. After becoming a registered contractor Twistfix will pass on details of incoming project leads from property owners, main contractors and engineers relating to the appropriate registered skill areas and the geographical regions serviced.
At Twistfix, we constantly update our already-extensive product portfolio in order to bring the widest possible choice to our customers. Here we are pleased to introduce our newest product - Insulat-MT Paint Additive - available with an introductory discount of 16%.
Summer is prime time for repair and renovation projects, particularly the solving and prevention of rising damp issues. This is due to both the structure and the ground it is built upon being at its driest level of the year, allowing work to quickly and successfully progress.
A stunning property in Portsmouth has recently undergone a wall tie replacement repair to restore it's structural security. The wall ties within the exposed hill-top property had become badly corroded, weakening the structure of the building and causing concern for the owner.
When a series of horizontal cracks appear on an external brick wall with a cavity construction, cavity tie failure is often diagnosed. This is a serious structural defect that needs to be fully investigated by an expert before a reputable building contractor is employed to implement a proposed remedial plan.
The beautiful and imposing York Minster is one of the largest cathedrals of its type in Europe. As the seat of the second-highest Church of England office, the Archbishop of York, the building is highly-important to the Christian community as well as being a leading tourist attraction.
Twistfix-registered contractor Damp-Tech (Midlands) Ltd, experts in all aspects of structural waterproofing, masonry repair and property renovation, were recently contacted by a homeowner requiring the installation of a full basement tanking system to two areas in a newly built house. The dwelling, located in Sutton Coldfield, is incredibly charming and, as can be seen from the before-and-after photographs, now has a basement area that is as safe and dry as it is beautiful.
The warm weather is revealing many infestations of woodworm and property owners are flocking to contractors for help. Stock up on powerful and effective Twistfix Woodworm Treatment Kit now with our fantastic price reduction to make sure your company can provide the best service in the most cost-effective way.
Properties built in the Victorian era often suffer cracking to both internal party walls and external brickwork; this is caused by there being no connection between the two. A property suffering from this problem was recently repaired by Twistfix-registered contractors Newman Building Solutions using the Twistfix bed-joint reinforcement system and lateral restraints.
A Grade II Listed Building in Surrey that had fallen into a state of disrepair has been fully restored by Twistfix-registered renovation specialists Perma-Fix Limited. Old Church Hall, the main building of which was constructed in the early 17th century, features several later additions to the structure including a Edwardian-built annexe; all of these areas had suffered varying degrees of damage.
If you're looking a place to share your knowledge, ideas and information about the construction and renovation industry with like-minded people, including such diverse sectors as basement waterproofing, damp proofing, masonry repair/reinforcement and insulation, then check out the new and improved Twistfix forum today for a rewarding, informative experience.