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Masonry and Brickwork Protection


Brick elevations, stone facades and woodwork are all susceptible to unsightly rainwater staining and damage from falling objects.

For this reason Protec stocks a wide range of temporary brickwork protection and masonry weather protection solutions. These products include hessian sheeting, polythene sheeting, temporary down pipes, and stone sill and mullion protection.

Our range of brickwork protection products includes both flame retardant and non flame retardant grades. 

Recent Masonry and Brickwork Protection news from our blog

Brick Protection

Brick Protection during building work in the rain.Living in Britain brings its own unique relationship with our unpredictable weather and the effect it has on industries such as building and construction can be rather annoying. One day of glorious sun only to be followed by a day with torrential rain can cause interruptions to build schedules and even damage to things such as masonry and brickwork. A large amount of rain collecting on a roof and then pouring off onto the foundations or other areas can cause excessive amounts of…

The Virtues of Using Hessian Cloth for Frost Protection

About Hessian ClothDuring the winter months damage caused by frost can add additional complications to the most organised construction site and it is from this perspective that Protec are proud to stock and supply Protec Hessian.Protec Hessian is one of the most effective forms of frost protection that you can buy and unlike similar products is, in many instances, a more economic option to use for a wide range of frost protection applications.Frost damage on site can affect works and materials in many different ways and two of the…

How To Protect Your Site From Winter Weather Extremes

Having fielded significant enquiries and a host of orders for companies needing winter weather protection, we take a closer look at what your site might be needing very soon.  Shorter days, frosty mornings and cold, wet, windy weather; working on a building or construction site during the winter months is a challenging experience, to say the least. It’s usually dark when you’re arriving on the site, and if it’s been a clear night, you’re likely to find an annoying layer of frost covering all your tools and materials. And that’s if you’re lucky. It might be you have to start work…