Stressline lintel specification

Specifying steel lintels: 5 more top tips

Andrew ALL, Steel Lintels Leave a Comment

These top tips for specifying steel lintels are considerations as much as they are tips. It follows on from our original blog post Specifying steel lintels: 5 top tips. These five tips or considerations may help when selecting lintels and hopefully specifying them for your projects. Rivet or Welding? Fabricated lintels are either welded or riveted together to form the …

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Thermal bridge reduction: Is it that important?

Andrew ALL, Flooring, Specification Leave a Comment

In this day and age thermal efficiency, energy conservation and environmental impact are big concerns for British industry. No more so than the construction industry, but how high up the priority list are they? In house building, thermal bridge reduction is a wide issue but with the housing crisis being made even more apparent by the collapse of Carillion, surely …

Stressline specification of lintels

Specifying steel lintels: 5 top tips

Andrew ALL, Concrete Lintels, Specification, Steel Lintels

When specifying lintels one of the first questions to ask is whether you need prestressed concrete lintels or steel lintels. There are times when you will benefit from specifying concrete lintels, but this post is our top tips about specification in general, but predominantly for steel lintels. Top Tip 1 – Check your triangulation One of the biggest factors in …

Stressline and Barbour Products

Targeting new markets with Barbour products

Andrew ALL, Developers, Specification Leave a Comment

Here at Stressline we are continually looking for new ways to market and new methods of communication to help improve our relationship with our expanding customer base. We have recently taken strides in our efforts to help the specification market by signing up for two Barbour products; the industry’s premier project database Barbour ABI, and the online search facility Barbour …