WEBER EXTERNAL WALL INSULATION SYSTEMS
Weber External Wall Insulation Systems (EWI) is a division of Weber specializing in the manufacturing of a comprehensive range of external wall insulation systems to meet the rising insulation requirements within the industry.
Armourcoat are recognized around the world by architects and designers as the leading supplier of polished plaster, innovative surface finishes and sculptural effects. As a result, Armourcoat has become an integral part of some of the world's most prestigious architectural projects.
Knauf facades supply architectural facades for residential and commercial applications. Facade systems include: cold frame facades, warm frame facades, insulated facades, external facades, insulated cladding, insulating cladding and insulating facade systems. Full specification support is available on all facade systems.
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FORTERRA BUILDING PRODUCTS LTD
Our products include aggregates, asphalt, ready-mixed-concrete, bricks, blocks and cement. This broad product range also includes block paving, flooring & staircases, precast concrete, clay roofing products and garden landscaping materials. We also offer specialist services including contracting, civil engineering and marine-dredged sand and gravel
KINGSPAN INSULATED PANELS
Hanson Structherm - specialists in Structural External Wall Insulation, a refurbishment solution for the treatment of defective, non-traditional built social housing and high rise buildings. The UK's only manufacturer of the unique Structural External Wall Insulation (SEWI) system and supplier of External Wall Insulation (EWI) systems. Hanson Structherm take the issue of sustainability very seriously and this is central to our work. Sustainability can be defined as ‘ensuring development meets the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs’.