40 Dewstow Street is one of the first properties to benefit from Wetherby’s new BBA accredited and ECO3 compliant Internal Wall Insulation System (IWI) covered by GDGC’s 25 year warranty.

Dewstow Street is one of several properties currently owned by Pobl Group in Newport which in recent years has become derelict and been left empty. As part of a regeneration scheme, Pobl have reinvested to bring these much needed homes back in line with Welsh Housing Quality Standards and back on the rental market.

The properties required extensive upgrades internally and externally and with a recorded Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)
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‘Building the Dream’ with Wetherby’s Silicone Render

By: Laura Hennahane   •   March 13, 2019


Wetherby are delighted to have been involved in this ‘Glasshouse’ project which has recently been showcased on More 4’s ‘Building the Dream’.

Proud homeowners, Alan and Lucy Brown bought the empty plot of land in Dalgety Bay, Fife back in 2012 with an idea to build a home from scratch that would suit their lifestyle as a family. The plot has since been transformed into a two storey house boasting impressive views overlooking the Forth Bridges.

The design and build of the project came together with the help of Andrew Black Designs and Dalgety Joiners who have worked in collaboration
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Exemplar High Rise Retrofit Transforms Linwood Skyline

By: Rachael Doyle   •   February 7, 2019


Towering high over Linwood and overlooking Glasgow Airport, two tower blocks are the latest developments to benefit from major refurbishment works aimed at significantly improving the energy efficiency of properties in the town. One of the largest housing associations in Renfrewshire, Linstone Housing has more than 1570 properties in its portfolio and is part of an on-going wider regeneration program to bring all social housing in line with Scottish Housing Standards.

Belmar Court and Asbury Court were built in the 1970s and were designed to meet the longer-term needs of older people due to their ideal location and accessibility to
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Wetherby Stonewool Insulation transforms Car Park Soffits!

By: Laura Hennahane   •   February 15, 2018


Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust office car park has been given a much needed make over with the help of Wetherby’s Stonewool Insulation and Silicone Render.

The office space runs directly above the car park and after numerous complaints from office workers about the cold temperatures through the flooring and the car park itself requiring some attention to bring it up to current building regulations it felt like the right time to tackle both with some vital refurbishment works.

Wells and Mundy were contracted to carry out the works and it was clear from initial inspections that the soffits on
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TOP HONOURS AT ENERGY EFFICIENCY AWARDS

By: Rachael Doyle   •   February 13, 2018


Award Winner - Refurbishment - Render

We are delighted to be part of the team that scooped the ‘Large Project of the Year’ award at the Wales Regional Energy Efficiency Awards this week.

The award was presented for the major £2m scheme to transform more than 300 houses on the Caerphilly County Borough Council operated Lansbury Park estate. Wetherby collected the award alongside Caerphilly Council, main contractor E.ON and EWI installers Elite Rendering and SAMS Drylining.

The Lansbury Park estate was beginning to look tired and, with increasing heating bills, Caerphilly Council embarked on a project to not only improve the energy efficiency of
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Chelmsford’s renowned Clock Tower undergone contemporary transformation

By: Laura Hennahane   •   January 17, 2018


The Clock Tower Retail Park in Chelmsford has recently opened its doors bringing new stores along with the restructure of the city’s most iconic landmark; the Britvic Clock Tower. With the help of Wetherby’s versatile silicone render, the renowned clock tower has been reconstructed with a new contemporary look.

The site was previously home to Britvic, one of the city’s best known soft drinks brands but after numerous negotiations the site was sold to Aberdeen Asset Management with a view to transform it into a retail park.

The original clock tower has been considered a key part of Chelmsford’s landscape
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From refurbishments to new build expansions, Wetherby are pleased to have been working alongside discount supermarket Aldi on their continuous development plans.

We are delighted to have had our insulated render system specified on multiple stores nationwide to create a clean modern look as specified by the retail giant. With Aldi looking to grow on their current 700+ stores, we are looking forward to seeing the outcome of the finished projects throughout the UK sporting the Wetherby facade system.


Wetherby’s BBA approved system has transformed the York Hill Estate in County Durham and the results are overwhelming.

The York Hill Estate is situated to the north east of Spennymoor town and is predominantly social housing with a high level of unemployment and/or low income families. Significant needs for improvements were identified and with many of the households being welfare dependant and isolated from the local economy through long term unemployment it was essential the issues were addressed to restore the community.

With this in mind an ambitious plan to regenerate the whole estate was crucial and with the community
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Wetherby helps create new learning spaces at Greenholm Primary School

By: Laura Hennahane   •   October 6, 2017


Greenholm Primary School in Great Barr, Birmingham is reaping the benefits from the recent installation of Wetherby’s EWI to its newly built extension.

This new build has not only enabled pupil places to be boosted but it has also created new learning spaces that are able to provide an excellent acoustic performance due to Wetherby’s high strength mineral wool insulation. With its non-combustible inorganic rock wool core, it can ensure minimal noise throughout whilst meeting the strict fire regulations required for education applications.

Bouygues were appointed the main contractors for this project along with Wetherby EWI installers, Rendserve. A mineral wool
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Cowshot Crescent seeing great results with Wetherby’s EWI!

By: Laura Hennahane   •   August 7, 2017


Cowshot Crescent in Woking has recently undergone vital refurbishment works to the external walls with the help of Wetherby’s Epsitherm EWI system.

With an existing U-Value of 2.37w/m²K, improving the thermal efficiency of these terraced blocks was high on the agenda for EWIS UK Ltd. With this in mind, Wetherby’s Epsitherm insulation was selected due to the composition of expanded beads of polystyrene and the layer of graphite. The inclusion of graphite ensures the product offers enhanced thermal performance. Dual thicknesses were installed throughout this developement of 50mm and 130mm in order to cover the various levels of substrate meaning
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