Moderately Natural Hydraulic Lime - Another NHL 3.5 with the exception that it has a higher 'whiteness' and is useful when colour matching mortars.
Moderately Natural Hydraulic Lime - Used mainly for masonry and external plaster works. The most popular material for new build work.
Eminently Natural Hydraulic Lime - This material is used in areas of high exposure such as in marine environments, wall copings, lime concrete, etc.
Feebly Natural Hydraulic Lime - Used for internal plastering and externally where the masonry is made up of a soft material.
Non-hazardous and biodegradable cleaning solution for removing harmful and unsightly biological and air pollutant staining from building materials.
Roundtower provide the complete solution for all your Building Restoration and Conservation needs.
When carrying out restoration and conservation works, choosing the correct materials is vitally important to the success of the building. Many owners embark on renovations without truly appreciating the nature of the building in question. There is a fine balance between getting it right and getting it wrong.
It is important to use lime for the repair of solid wall constructions; modern materials are too strong, not permeable enough and can damage the building fabric. Roundtower supply a full range of lime binders as well as premixed lime mortars for use in solid wall constructions.
Many solid wall constructions suffer from poor thermal performance. Insulation products such as Roundtower Insulating Plaster and Steico Wood Fibre boards can be used to increase thermal performance whilst still allowing breathability, which is critical in solid wall constructions.