Reconnecting Separated Walls

Cracked internal walls which have separated from the main outer walls can be repaired and reconnected both internally and externally.

From the exterior, long series grouted CemTies are installed, at a slight angle, through the external brick or stone wall and into the internal wall, stitching cracks and holding the two walls together. Internal repairs involve drilling angled clearance holes into the exterior wall at the junction of the two walls into which HeliBar ends are bonded before being grouted into cut slots along the internal wall.