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Aerobrick Lightweight Plastered Brick Veneer

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Company: Specialized Construction Products

AeroBrick – Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) – is a lightweight, incombustible building material that simultaneously provides structure, as well as additional improvements in thermal efficiency and acoustic performance. Weighing up to 70% less than traditional bricks, the AeroBrick system is a quick to install, cost-effective, alternative to traditional brick veneer. Installed over a 40-75mm drainage cavity, the reduced weight of the AeroBrick system allows it to be installed to greater heights without additional engineered footings and cost prohibitive structural steel reinforcing. The system has been extensively tested and appraised by BRANZ to provide the very best junction design solutions for most types of composite building materials available in New Zealand today.

The AeroBrick system will appeal to any client/end user who desires the more robust and solid nature of traditional plastered brick veneer, yet seeks the optimal protection and peace of mind offered by the controlled installation of a guaranteed, proprietary lighter weight alternative.

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EZfenz – lightweight Autoclaved Aerated Concrete panel fence system

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Company: Specialized

Perimeter fencing can have a number of different functions, from simply being a boundary marker to providing a very high level of security. EZfenz is a lightweight Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) panel fence system which can be easily customised to create an attractive and effective solution for sound abatement, security and privacy.

In combination with your EZfenz posts and panels, you can also use preassembled wood fencing sections, trellis and corrugated iron just to name a few. The style of the fence you ultimately choose is only limited by your own needs and your own imagination. The do-it-yourself EZfenz System will provide you with the crisp clean look of solid plastered masonry at a fraction of the price and all without having to lift a plasterers trowel.

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