The series of photographs below illustrate an example of a before and after Crack Stitch installation used in conjunction with Masonry Beam to return structural integrity to a crack brick wall caused by root ingress from a climbing ivy that was allowed to get out of control.
Illustration crack damage to south east facing wall between ground and first floor windows. Remnants of climbing plant are still visible across wall.
Illustration of crack damage below ground floor window on same south east wall.
Illustration of crack damage radiating from front door opening on south east wall.
Series of photographs illustrating combination of Crack Stitch and Masonry Beam specified to return structural integrity to the wall.
Series of photographs illustrating the completed installation of bars and repointing of chases in cement mortar. Cracked bricks were repaired with Thor E Resin coloured to match as closely as possible with existing building fabric.
A series of photographs illustrating Crack Stitch bars installed internally on a flint walled house to strengthen weak points around a window opening.
Crack Stich bars chased 55 - 60mm into wall returned into window reveal.
Adjacent photo illustrating wall after chases have been filled and skim coat plaster applied ready to receive new decoration.
From an environmental, economic and aesthetic perspective the Thor Helical system is quick to install, thus reducing on site time; minimizes waste by retaining large sections of a building that would have traditionally been replaced, and retains the original fabric of a building where masonry may be difficult to match.
As an approved specifier and installer of the Thor Helical products we can offer an insurance backed 10 year warranty on Crack Stitching works for a small additional fee through Construction Guarantee Services
Masonry Crack Stitching
Resurspec Structural Repair Specialists Norwich Norfolk Thor Helical Remedial