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The mechanics of rail behaviour under load from cranes and trains needs to be understood and Weber have provided solutions in this field for over 30 years
Concrete pavements deteriorate over time due to exposure to severe weather conditions and excessive traffic loading of the concrete
When reinstating or installing hard landscaping materials in busy pedestrianised shopping areas, a number of problems are caused due to the long setting times of conventional mortars
Precast kerbs can be glued together with a special structural adhesive available from Weber. Ultra quick bedding mortars can also be mixed and applied to minimise traffic disruption
Applying a decorative finish over existing render is the preferred option when refreshing the appearance of existing render
Removing existing render is a large undertaking and is likely to result in damage to the substrate
Painted backgrounds aren't suitable for rendering directly over, so the paint will first need to be removed
More noticable cracks in monocouche render can be repaired to retain a similar level and texture to the existing render
Whilst monocouche render is low maintenance, like any other building facade it is not immune from the gradual buildup of organic growth and dirt
Existing masonry is designed as a finish in its own right but may not be suitable to accept a direct application of render
Renders are not adhesives and require a combination of suction and mechanical key to bond to the substrate
Although timber frames are treated, they are vulnerable to rot and need to be kept in a warm, dry environment
We do not recommend rendering over existing render due to the large amount of unknown factors affecting its suitability
There are a number of things to consider when applying an underfloor heating screed, but it’s not as complicated as you might think.
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