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Thin joint masonry

Thin joint masonry is an innovative construction method for use with aircrete blockwork that allows build times to be significantly improved and offers many other practical and commercial benefits. Independent tests have shown that by using this method a team of skilled tradesmen with no prior 'thin joint' experience can build the Inner leaf of a detached, 4-bedroomed, 2-storey house in just five to six days. This removes brickwork or external cladding from the critical path and permits access to finishing trades far sooner in the build schedule. Thin-joint masonry is an accepted modern method of construction (MMC).

  • ​Inner leaf blockwork to wall plate in just a few days

  • First fix finishing trades on site within days

  • Hugely versatile and practical

  • Nationally available

  • Simple solutions to the Building Regulations

  • Waste reduction of mortar and blocks

Read our datasheet for more information.