Thin-Joint provides an environmentally sound masonry solution for unique modern homes. Flexible design, high thermal performance and proven durability make aircrete the perfect solution for a lifetime house.
To make the use of Thin-Joint as hassle free as possible, we at H+H have devised a competitive and simple method of procurement. You supply us with appropriate quality drawings and we calculate a lump sum price for us to supply a package of materials for the project. The package will consist of: aircrete blocks, Celfix mortar, Thin-Joint compatible wall ties and can also include dpc material, cavity tray material in roll form and lintels for the aircrete blockwork if required.”
The “package principle” offers certainly around cost for the developer. The price is not based on a cost per m2 but is a cost for the whole project and we will supply adequate materials for the works to be completed.
We will estimate the quantities required based on drawings received and recommend the best solutions from our full range of Thin-Joint compatible products.
After we’ve calculated the cost we’ll send a clearly detailed estimate with marked up drawings showing where H+H product will be used within the build. When the cost is accepted we will place an order with a local builders merchant and the whole package of materials will be delivered to site on H+H supplied vehicles (in mainland UK).
If you have a project where Thin Joint could be your build method and would like an estimate prepared please contact our estimation office on 01732 880111 or email with the drawings to email@example.com. Please note that we are unable to deal with extensions or refurbishment.
For more information or to discuss traditional blockwork, please call 01732 886444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bourne End, Bucks
A private one-off custom-build residential home built for a family of four who had lived in Bourne End since 1985. They wanted to buy a new house in the area, having extended their existing bungalow three times, but could find nowhere suitable. This led them to look at custom building a new home on the existing bungalow’s plot.