Local Authorities and Housing Associations have used Hanson Structherm’s External Wall Insulation
(EWI) and Structural EWI
systems extensively on defective and non-defective houses for many years, working with project consultant engineers to establish the best solutions.
The decision to renovate rather than demolish can be key to promoting sustainability and community regeneration. Construction and demolition waste comprises 25% of UK waste. Hanson Structherm’s cladding solutions are designed to create minimal waste, therefore helping to sustain the environment.
We have transformed thousands of houses into warm, modern looking homes, and in the case of the Daneville Estate in Liverpool have also been able to reduce heating and hot water costs from a potential £800 per annum per dwelling to a projected £236 per annum.*
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*Data provided by the Energy Saving Trust.
Our schemes have received a number of awards, including the NHIC (National Home Improvement Council) award for the ‘Best Housing Association Modernisation in the UK’.
To ensure the ‘best value’ solution for each project is chosen we work closely with housing associations, local authorities, engineering consultants and building contractors.
Our technical department has an in-depth knowledge to the problems of particular house types and we have a library of standard details for the majority of non-traditional type houses.
Hanson Structherm offer a scheme to provide a minimum 10 year insurance guarantee against structural defects arising from repairs to the property.