Wall Tie Corrosion webinar

Evolution of Wall Tie Corrosion

Bryan Hindle CSRT CSSW GradIOSH

Bryan Hindle CSRT CSSW GradIOSH

Bryan is Managing Director of Brick-Tie

Wall Tie Corrosion first hit the news in 1985 and within a year Brick-Tie was born.

Our housing stock changes with age, which means that our approach to tackling the problem has had to change with it – corrosion has evolved.

This is the Property Care Association Webinar on wall tie corrosion. PCA boss Stephen Hodgson, asked our MD Bryan Hindle, to design and present this during the pandemic. At the time, face-to-face continuing professional development (CPD), was off the menu. Therefore, the PCA commissioned a range of Webinars to keep members and others up to date on many specialist subjects. Of course, when it came to wall ties, PCA turned to Brick-Tie; the definitive experts on wall tie corrosion and a PCA ‘Contractor of the year’  award winner.

The fact that Bryan loves talking about his subject may have had a bearing of course. This video is quite long so is really only of interest to surveyors, structural engineers and other built environment professionals. Our potential customers may also find it helpful in explaining how their property came to need Brick-Tie. There’s content on how to recognise that a property may have an issue with wall ties and what surveyors can do to diagnose it correctly.

The video includes advice on how to ensure that remedial work is done properly too. See our Wall Tie Replacement page.

Her’s a link to the Property Care Association’s Webinar page, where there are other webinars on a wide variety of specialist subjects. All made by PCA members who are expert in their respective fields.

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