Although application technique is an important consideration when sealing wet rooms and bathrooms, the truth is that even if your seals are perfect visually, the performance will be compromised if the correct product is not selected.
The grace period is now over – the changes to Approved Document L, which originally came into effect from 15th June 2022, are now in full force. For notices and plans that had been submitted before the date of enactment, the grace period to start work allowed until 15th June 2023.
In the construction industry, airtightness and breathability have been buzz words for several years now, but what exactly do these hot topics refer to and how do they differ?
Waste prevention, material recovery and recycling have the goal of reducing the volume of waste. This goal is becoming an increasing priority.
It's Summer! As temperatures increase, take care of your illbruck products.
Changes to the Building Regulations and guidance in Approved Document B (ADB) have resulted in some difficulty and ambiguity in interpreting which materials are suitable for relevant buildings over 18 metres in height.
The development of hybrid-based products in science and technology is booming. Read more now.
When you install a new set of windows, there is a great deal of scope for things to go wrong. For this reason, it's important to understand and master the proper installation methods.
We all know that to prevent mould, you need to prevent damp. However, when planning joint detailing and working on the installation, uncertainty or poor decisions often result in mistakes being made.
Here are a multitude of joints within a whole building which present different challenges – instead of a universal solution, there are numerous sealing processes which can deal with each joint connection on an individual basis.
Sustainable builds used to be the exception rather than the rule. However, thanks to shifting attitudes, together with stricter building regulations and the UK’s commitment to bring its greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050, architects, contractors, and developers are under more pressure than ever to consider the long-term energy efficiency of all building designs from the outset of each projects.