Lead Flashing is used as a damp-proof course for masonry construction. It is used to deter moisture from rising through concrete slabs and internal walls etc., and is often used as window and door flashing, valley flashing or ant capping.
Poly Dampcourse is a polythene concealed flashing and damp-proof material that is used to deter moisture from rising through concrete slabs and internal walls etc.
Also know as “Reo-Mesh” or “Reinforcing Mesh”, Concrete ‘Ute’ Mesh is a reinforced steel product that is cut into a conveniently sized 4 x 2 metre sheet.
It is available in F62 and F72 thicknesses.
Trench Mesh is a reinforcing mesh that is used to reinforce concrete footings and beams etc., in residential and industrial construction. It is available in a 6 metre x 200mm x 8mm sheet.
Whether you’re working on a construction site, landscaping, or gardening at home, Parklea Sand and Soil can provide you with basic safety equipment to assist with the job. Products include Dust Masks, Ear Plugs, Gloves, Safety Glasses, Safety Helmets and Safety Gumboots to name a few.
Ox and Donaghy’s brand String Lines are extremely high strength and long lasting lines that are used for brick laying and landscaping. They come in a range of fluorescent colours such as pink, lime, and yellow and are available in 50 metre and 100 metre rolls.
Stubby Ties are a galvanised ‘Face Fixing Veneer Tie’, that are used to fix a timber frame to brickwork. These Abey brand ties are the original, the strongest and the best. Don’t be fooled by cheap imitations.
Twisted Veneer Ties are a galvanised ‘Side Fixing Veneer Tie’, that are used to fix a timber frame to brickwork. These Abey brand ties are the original, the strongest and the best. Don’t be fooled by cheap imitations.
Galvanised Red Wall Ties or Cavity Ties, are a heavily zinc coated tie that are an essential element for stabilising a cavity wall. They are used to anchor the weather protecting wall to the main structure of a building.
Bushfire Rated Weepa Holes are a high performance brick weep hole guard, that protects the brick cavities from bushfires and vermin. They also allow for well ventilated and drained cavities. This improved air flow and drainage greatly reduces fungal decay and mildew.