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Why Use Hydraulic Lime Mortar

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Lime Mortar has been used in the construction of buildings for over 2000 years, and used on the most iconic historical landmarks across the world. For example, the Great Wall of China, the Houses of Parliament and Rome Colosseum. These historical buildings are still here today, due to its unique beneficial properties.

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Lime has many advantageous properties over cement; it is weaker than the bricks, masonry and stones, yet it is able to support the full weight of the structure. This gives the building the ability to flex and move without the purpose of movement joints. There are many other benefits for using it too.

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Strength is the most important aspect when rebuilding your wall or pointing it. There are two strengths generally; depending on what type of brick, masonry, block work and location you are working on. Also, there are two types of finishes which will require a certain product, a very thin joint which is 6mm and below or a 7mm and above joint size.

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Our Heritage range offers the best of both worlds for your home – beauty and performance combine to offer a finished product we know you’ll love and enjoy. If you’re looking to do repairs or a new build with the wow factor, look no further, it is suitable for any property; these beautiful, heritage colours are made using highest quality materials and simple to use.

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Our range of colours will give you the perfect match for pointing your listed building. Our bespoke colour matching service is easy and fast. The Limetec heritage range are bespoke to conservation areas for listed buildings in London, Cotswold and a variety of other counties across the United Kingdom.

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Summary: Lime Mortar has been used in the construction of buildings for over 2000 years, and used on the most iconic historical landmarks across the world. For example, the Great Wall of China, the Houses of Parliament and Rome Colosseum. These historical buildings are still here today, due to its unique beneficial properties.

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