How Hebel Is Made
Hebel has been well known in Australia for 25 years, however it has been used in Europe for more than 70 years. Hebel is Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC), an amazingly innovative building material that is manufactured from sand, cement, recycled material, lime, gypsum and aerating agents.
Building with Hebel provides the home owner with the capability to create innovative design, both externally and internally, through planning and structural flexibility to add an individual look. It is also highly fire resistant so can be used in even the most extreme bushfire location, boasts high acoustic absorbing properties and assists substantially in improving energy ratings and the reduction of costly energy bills for cooling and heating. Hebel is also faster to build with than other materials, which helps speed up the building process, saving time and money.
Australian Classic Homes are proud to use Hebel products and have extensive experience in CSR Hebel installation, and has supplied and installed the cladding it in a wide variety of residential projects.
If you are looking for innovation or have questions regarding building your dream home, speak to Australian Classic Homes on 8332 6099… we’d love to hear from you.