F&T Terrix would like to invite you to our online Webinar:

Terrix technical overview of restoring listed and conservation properties, applying our specialist materials and techniques

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Raise any question relating to historical render restoration and we will provide the answer.

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Terrix products can provide Carbon Reduction Solutions for Traditional Buildings

This webinar provides a technical overview of the restoration of traditional and listed buildings using F&T Terrix’s external and internal wall finishes. These finishes deliver significant benefits over traditional methods whilst respecting the historic material and significance of the building.

The webinar will discuss how the F&T Terrix design team can assist architects, building surveyors, planners and specifiers to overcome challenges faced on traditional restoration projects. Due to the demand for information relating to Grade I, II* and II listed building projects, we will be delivering a series of presentations on the current challenges faced in the restoration cycle and share appropriate contemporary solutions which outperform traditional methods.

F&T Terrix will be joined by Quadriga Contracts Ltd, specialists in the restoration and repair of historic buildings and structures who will discuss common issues encountered in improving energy efficiency of traditional buildings and how they can be remedied.

Coming in July 2023

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Buildings renovated and pristine for life!

Join our open conversation with:
Richards Coffey - Managing Director
Waldemar Malec - Technical director
Lindsay Law - Director Quadriga
Laura Brown - Quadriga
and Guest Speakers

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