Struggling to find which wall ties to use? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered, with our handy “Which Wall Tie?” guide.


Masonry to Timber

This type of wall tie is designed to secure an inner timber frame to an external brick wall. These ties can absorb substantial vertical movement between the brick and timber.

  1. Timber Frame Ties
  2. Helical Timber Frame Ties


Masonry to Masonry

These ties secure two leaves of a cavity wall together, allowing them to act as one wall structurally. These ties usually incorporate a change of shape or drip to discourage moisture travelling along the tie itself.

  1. Heavy-Duty Flat Wall Ties
  2. Heavy-Duty Vertical Twist Wall Ties
  3. Heavy-Duty Dripped Wall Ties
  4. Neutras Wall Ties – Type 1
  5. Neutras Wall Ties – Type 2
  6. General Purpose Wall Ties EN2
  7. General Purpose Wall Ties VE2
  8. Traditional Double Triangle Wall Ties
  9. Two Part Wall Ties


Movement Ties

Movement ties allow masonry walls to be attached to other structures, whether it be steelwork or masonry. They provide a restraint in one direction, whilst allowing movement in another through the use of a debonding sleeve.

  1. Safety Plain End Tie
  2. Plain End Frame Cramp
  3. Dovetail Plain End Tie
  4. Dovetail Plain End Tie With Drip


Lateral Restraint Ties

These ties allow masonry walls to be restrained back to other elements of the structure, whether it be pre-existing walls, or new/pre-existing steel work. The ties prevent sideways movement between a wall and another structure.

  1. Frame Cramp Wall Tie
  2. Frame Cramp Wall Tie With Drip
  3. Slotted Frame Cramp Wall Tie
  4. Slotted Frame Cramp Wall Tie With Drip
  5. Wire Frame Cramp
  6. Wire Clasp Tie
  7. Clasp Tie


Wall Starter Ties

These ties allow new walls to be joined to existing structures. They can be used to build extensions on existing structures, or to help create an additional leaf where a cavity is required.

  1. Wall Starter Kit
  2. Standard Screw Ties
  3. Stainless Steel Starter Ties