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Exterior Finishes

The appearance of your PolySteel home is limited only by your imagination and of course, the planning authorities.

The integral steel fixing strips, embedded in every PolySteel form, provide a solid anchor point for tying masonry to or fixing boarding without the need to fix back to the concrete wall.

There is no limit to the finishes that can be applied. They typically include: Render, Brick, Stone, Slips, Cladding and tiles.

Interior Finishes

Again, there is no limit to the type of internal finishing that can be applied to any PolySteel wall.

Once the concrete has cured within the walls, services can be easily cut into the PolySteel insulation (which is up to 65mm deep). This reduces the need for boxing and chasing by follow-on trades such as plumbers and electricians. Afterwards, plasterboard is generally applied using the “dot and dab” method. This is easy to skim finish before completing the necessary second fix.

Unique steel fixing strips embedded into the walls of the PolySteel form allow for fixing of cupboards, boarding, radiators and skirting without the need to fix back to the strong concrete core, saving additional time and money.