Masonry Stabilisation – What you need to know

Structural repairs are not always straightforward so when it comes to masonry stabilisation, what do you need to know? How can you spot potential issues before they become problematic?

To find out more, join us and Bryan Hindle from Brick-Tie Limited on Thursday 28th October 2021 as he discusses structural repair systems and shares some great case studies too… Click on the button below to register now!

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What you will learn from the webinar

  • Why homes crack and bulge
  • Surveying for these defects
  • Structural Repair systems
  • Knowledge share through case studies
  • Coordinating with Structural Engineers

Benefits – Why YOU should watch the webinar

  • Learn how to identify potential issues
  • Understand the challenges of structural repair systems
  • Gain valuable advice on good diagnostics
  • Best practice guidance on masonry stablisation
  • Straightforward online learning while sitting at your desk

About the presenter – Bryan Hindle

Bryan Hindle is the owner of Brick-Tie Limited, specialising in wall tie replacement and structural repairs. Starting work in this field in the mid 80’s, Bryan has seen a huge change in the wall tie corrosion landscape spanning nearly 40 years.

As an experienced qualified surveyor in not only structural repairs, but in structural waterproofing and timber & damp control; there are very few problems Bryan has not seen when it comes to wall ties. There is very little he does not know when it comes to solutions to resolving wall tie issues, whether it be within back to back terraced houses, schools or mansions.

Masonry Stabilisation - What you need to know
Level:Surveyors
Duration:1 hour
When:9-10am Thurs 28th October 2021
Cost:Free Webinar

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Additional information and learning

For all property/construction/building specialists, it is important to consider the importance of anticipating and designing out problems when it comes to masonry stabilisation. For those looking to understand a bit more, why not take a look at the PCA’s Code of Practice for the Installation of Remedial Wall Ties & Lateral Restraint Ties.

Alternatively, if it is the case you want to understand better the implications of wall tie failure and along with developing your knowledge regarding the problems associated with cavity wall spaces, then there is a variety of training courses that can help you including our Defects in Cavity Construction and our Retrofit Insulation Masterclass.

To find out more, visit our Training & Qualifications section on our website, or alternatively, get in touch with our training team on 01480 400 000.

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Our ‘on-demand’ webinar library

We now have quite an extensive library of previous webinars ‘on-demand‘ for anyone interested in developing their knowledge and understanding on a variety of subjects such as dampness, structural waterproofing, invasive weed control, ground gas, structural repairs and many more!

Simply get yourself a cup of tea and a biscuit and click on the button below to view the library and watch any of our previous CPD webinars.

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Are you a professional interested in growing your business and benefitting from the advantages of becoming a PCA member? If so, find out how we can provide support and assistance for you by getting in touch on 01480 400000 or using the contact form below

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    Other related Information

    As the Trade Association for the industry, the Property Care Association offers a variety of webinars, tools and training courses to help you with your professional development. Take a look at some of the options below.

    Defects in Cavity Constrution Training Problems with Cavity Insulation Understanding Traditional Building Construction

     

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