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Silicone roof coatings (rubber roof paint) are the most popular roofing membranes in New Zealand, here we will spell out a few reasons why, and also tell you all you need to know about them....
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October Brick Tie Promo!

September 29, 2019
Buy your Brick Ties from Stratacote for the month of October and get rewarded! Purchase x7 or x12 bags/tubs of brick ties for the month of October 2019 and receive a free Hunting & Fishing voucher (See Terms & Conditions below) 7 Bags/Tubs: $50 Voucher12 Bags/Tubs: $120 Vouc...
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The difference between a silenced diamond blade and conventional blade

Stratacote's range of silencio diamond blades provides a range of high quality, fast cutting, long life diamond blades for cutting a range of substrates silently. Watch the video below where Scott explains and demonstrates the difference:...
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Maintaining gardens and plant growth around Oamaru stone structures is strongly recommended to prevent surface damage to the stone. A failure to do so can result in visual defects in the stone, see the images below that speak for themselves......
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As a country we kiwi's love our outdoors, and this is never more apparent than through the warmer summer months when we all go to find our own slice of this beautiful country. ...
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How to care for Oamaru Stone

Whether it be a fence, wall or house, if you built with Oamaru stone you probably did so because of its charm and beautiful appearance. However over time if its not cared for properly it can become dirty and prone to moss and mould growth which if not treated can become extr...
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Re-roofing, is always a major project, in terms of both work and money required to complete the task. However silicone roof coatings can change that by cutting about 50% of the cost in some cases. Read on for more info. It’s a scenario a good deal of home or building owner...
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Why use Lime Mortar?

April 21, 2018

The history of Lime Mortar

The History of Lime Putty as a base ingredient for mortar and plaster can be traced back beyond the middle ages and roman times to the ancient Egyptians, some 6000 years ago when it was a standard building material, including in the build of the great pyramids (and those str...
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How to recognise mould

April 5, 2018
On painted surfaces mould looks like dirt and frequently the two cannot be distinguished. The most common species are black but others may be brown or green. By wetting the surface and rubbing, mould will show up as slime....
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