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CDI Innovative Construction Materials Ltd (CDI).
Here at CDI we provide a range of innovative building systems, including high performance structural floors on timber or steel joists, floor reinforcement, wet floor systems, underfloor heating, insulated concrete roof & ground floor systems for high load bearing situations, and a non lead flashing system for roofing.
for self build & renovations
Our innovative products cover a wide variety of applications and potential uses.
They offer numerous benefits and solutions for the design team right through to the end user of the building and they have been on projects all over the world. Look below for an overview of the products within our range.
Ideally suited to all fast-track, lightweight Offsite building methods including Timber Frame, Light Gauge Steel Frame, Structurally Insulated Panel (SIP) systems, Insulated Concrete Formwork (ICF) and also Traditional, brick and block building methods.
Video Case Study – Kingswood Warren Park renovation into luxury apartments using Lewis Decking & including underfloor heating
A discussion of the merits of using Lewis and underfloor heating is available to view here this includes a number of projects that include underfloor heating at both ground floor and 1st floor.
Ask CDI a Question
Lacomet – How come it has no scrap value?
Lacomet – How come it has no scrap value? Many of the projects that we get involved in starts with a phone call or email to us from someone researching replacing stolen leadwork. Many of these are old buildings, such as schools or churches, where this isn’t the first time that the lead has been stolen and they call us fed up with having to replace it again full in the knowledge that they will more than likely go through the same problem once more in the near future if they continue to use lead. One of the big benefits that Lacomet FL brings to a project is the fact that it has no scrap value and therefore the chances of it being stolen are massively reduced. Due to the 2 thin aluminium layers, and its five layer total construction, it is of no value to thieves. Lacomet can be recycled but the polyester based coating would need to be de-laminated first and the amount of recovered aluminum is then very low, in fact it would be easier and more profitable to collect empty drinks cans than to mess about stripping Lacomet down. We can also supply stickers that can be placed in strategic locations informing people that what is now on the roof is not lead and that it has no scrap value.
Do I keep my joist centres at 400mm when using Lewis Deck?
Do you fix Lewis Deck down to the joists?
Can joists and decking for Lewis FastSlab be cut by hand e.g. hacksaw or angle grinder?
Homebuilding & Renovation Show
23rd March 2017
The end of March saw us attend our 2nd exhibition of the month. This time at the Homebuilding & Renovating Show held at the NEC in Birmingham. Our longest show of the year, and one that we’ve attended for the previous 6 years, is the first Homebuilding show of the year. It also seems to …Read more
16th March 2017
March is always a busy time for us. Not only is it a lot of companies end of year (so we seem to get inundated with last minute orders!) but it’s also our busiest month when it comes to trade shows, and it begins with the biggest one we do, Ecobuild. Ecobuild, held at Londons …Read more
LEWIS DECK AND UNDERFLOOR HEATING
28th February 2017
Introduction The Lewis® Deck system is a system that allows the introduction of a suspended lightweight concrete or screed floor into the upper floors of buildings on top of beams or joists. This system provides solutions for acoustics, fire, high loads, underfloor heating (UFH) and wet rooms, it can achieve all of these simultaneously with …Read more
Another mention in the house building press
28th February 2017
The Lewis Deck has been picked up by a number of magazines over the years, here is the latest mention in a discussion about underfloor in the Real Homes Magazine: Underfloor heating: your questions answeredRead more
A new chapter for CDI-ICM
17th August 2016
A very warm welcome to the beginning of a new chapter for CDI-ICM. Today we take a very big leap into the 21st century and post our first blog to go alongside the creation of our new website (www.cdi-icm.co.uk). The plan is to post updates at regular intervals keeping you updated about what we are …Read more
Another Day another Lewis load.
16th January 2017
It might only be the middle of January but already we are seeing a number of projects that we were working on during the back end of 2016 starting to come across the line. Today we have 3 full packs of 60 sheets packed up and ready to head south to a renovation project in …Read more