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North

Structherm has a strong and successful presence in the North of England and North Wales.

We have supplied many Local Authorities and Housing Associations with External Wall Insulation (EWI) and Structural External Wall Insulation (SEWI) systems since 1983. 


Northern Case Studies

Below is a selection of case studies featuring both high rise and low rise external wall insulation projects, click on each to read the full case study:

Structural External Wall Insulation completed at Broad Lane, Liverpool


Spencerbeck House, Cleveland
Broad Lane, Liverpool
Cumberland Avenue, Salford
Dotcliffe Road, Kelbrook, Lancashire
De Traffords, Salford
Florence Melly Estate, Liverpool
Daneville Estate, Liverpool
Franklands Drive, Preston




Our clients in Northern England and North Wales include:
Liverpool Mutual Homes, St Leger Homes of Doncaster, North British Housing Association, Durham County Council, City West Housing Trust,  Knowsley Housing Trust, Manchester City Council, Stockport Homes, Community Gateway Association, Coast & County Housing, Leeds City Council, Kirklees Council, Millom Homes Group, Housing Hartlepool, Accent Yorkshire, Wirral Partnership Homes, Gwynedd Community Homes, City Of Bradford Council, East Riding of Yorkshire County Council, North Lincolnshire Council, Helena Partnership, Housing Pendle, Preston City Council, Wansbeck Council, Wrexham County Borough Council, Wulvern Housing,  

What next?
If you have housing stock or blocks of flats which require external refurbishment then we would like to hear from you, so that we can provide you with a detailed specification and quotation for the works. We may also be able to obtain funding for your project through Government funding programmes aimed at reducing carbon emmisions by insulating homes.

North
Phone: 0800 0407460
Email: info@structherm.co.uk

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Featured Project

Bartley Green

At Bartley Green the council had 22 non-traditional Airey precast concrete properties which are “Designated Defective” by the British Research Establishment (BRE). The load bearing concrete columns are prone to cracking which can cause the property to become structurally unstable.

News

Structherm have made another significant step forward in a £2.4m contract in Durham

Always at the forefront in the development of external wall insulation, Structherm have made another significant step forward in a £2.4m contract in Durham.