Do you live in a house built in the 1960s–90s?

 
- From the outside, looks like a normal foundation but inside, the bottom part of the wooden frame is at the same level with the ground, or even below it.

- The false stem wall structure was used from the 1960s up to the mid- 1990s.
 
- Typical houses where false stem walls were used: a brick-clad house with a flat roof or ridged roof with a shallow slope, no substantial height difference between the ground and the floor.

- Also in houses with concrete block foundations built in the 1980s and 90s.
 

ARE THE WALLS OF YOUR HOUSE SOUND?

 

Problems with the false stem wall construction

  • Damp and mould problems are hard to spot.
  • Musty air, sweet or cellar-like smell. 
  • Health problems, such as a runny nose, headache, repeated ear infections, respiratory diseases, rash.
  • Decayed and mouldy foundation sills/frame studs. 
  • To prevent additional problems, it is recommended to repair the underdrainage and rainwater drainage systems.

THE SOLUTION

FALSE STEM WALL SHOE


  • Patented product 

  • Material: stainless steel. 

  • Adjustable height. 

  • Suitable for load-bearing and non-load-bearing walls. At least 5 to 6 times quicker than the old method. (see time comparison) 

  • Saves working time, the wall is opened only for a length of 1200 mm. 

  • Easy and quick to install.

  • Ceiling and flooring remain intact, no need for additional supports. 

  • Concrete structures can be cleaned and disinfected.

  • The wall can be lifted/straightened.

  • Completely eliminates the false stem wall construction. 

  • With other repair methods, the false stem wall construction remains.

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