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Our video library features product demonstrations as well as technical advice, and questions and answers to common structural issues. If you need a particular query answering, please contact our sales team on 888-992-9989, who will be more than happy to help.


DryFix Remedial Wall Tie

DryFix is a versatile and rapidly installed mechanical pinning and remedial tying system that requires no resin, grout or mechanical expansion.

Crack Stitching Kit

Helifix Crack Stitching repairs and stabilises cracked masonry using stainless steel HeliBars bonded into cut slots with HeliBond grout for a quick, simple, effective and permanent solution.


BowTie is a long stainless steel tie used to stabilise bulging walls, without any external plates, by securing them into the ends of internal floor joists.


CemTie is a versatile, fully grouted, remedial tie used to stabilise all forms of solid masonry, secure failed lintels and brick rings, reconnecting separated internal and external building walls and repair parapets.

HeliBar remedial wall tie

Helibar can be used in many structural applications.

What causes cracking after UPVC window replacement?

John Heseltine Technical Director, explains common causes of cracking in window lintels after UPVC window replacement.

How do you repair random stone walls? 

Fred Paterson explains how to repair random stone walls without the need for rebuild.

Why are bowing walls more common in old houses?

John Heseltine Technical Director, explains common causes of bowing, leaning or bulging walls in old houses and buildings

What causes cracking in calcium silicate brick buildings?

James Plaskitt, Technical Area Manager, explains why calcium silicate brick buildings are prone to cracking.

How many wall ties are required for a cavity wall? 

James Plaskitt, Technical Area Manager, explains typical use of wall ties for the repair of cavity walls.

How do you create a movement joint in a solid masonry wall? 

Fred Paterson explains how to create movement joints.

How do I repair bowing walls?

James Plaskitt, Technical Area Manager, explains how to repair bowing, bulging or leaning walls in buildings.

How can a property be repaired if there is subsidence? 

John Heseltine Technical Director, explains how subsidence needs to be addressed.

How are bay windows repaired?

Fred Paterson explains techniques to repair bay windows