mortar industry association
|Factory-produced mortars play an essential role in today's building and construction industries, providing as they do, the essential glue principally for block and brickwork. More →||Factory-produced cementitious renders provide an attractive, durable finish t brick or block built walls. More →||Levelling screeds are high quality products designed for internal flooring applications from modest house extensions and self builds to major commercial, residential, education and healthcare developments. More →||The MIA provides a wide range of information on the design, production and use of mortars, screeds and renders. More →|
Welcome to the mia
Over 80 per cent of mortars used in the UK today come from factory-produced sources as opposed to being mixed on site. Their use reflects the ever-increasing demands for quality building products in the development of our built environment.
The Mortar Industry Association (MIA) is part of the Mineral Products Association (MPA), the trade association for the aggregates, asphalt, cement, concrete, dimension stone, lime, mortar and silica sand industries. MIA members are committed to providing products manufactured using internationally and long-established production technology to ensure consistently high quality standards.
Our products are proven, trusted and compliant with all appropriate building and quality standards including BS EN 998-2, ISO 9001 and CE Certification. For more information contact email@example.com
Please click link for further deatils on The Specification of an Appropriate Mortar
Members of the Modern Masonry : www.modernmasonry.co.uk.
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Latest from the Mortar Industry Association:
The Guild of Bricklayers 2019 skills competition is again sponsored by the MIA. More →
MIA is pleased to announce that Remix Dry Mortars has rejoined the association. More →
The Midlands-based company has become a producer member of the MIA. More →
The Ayrshire operators, have been acquired by Tillicoultry Quarries. More →
The latest edition of Mortar News can now be viewed by clicking here. More →
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