We are often asked, ”Are expansion joints necessary in Thermacell walls?”, The answer is no.

We have never used expansion joints in our walls – they are simply not necessary. Even in the 7-storey walls on the Grand Chancellor Federation Concert Hall in Hobart, there are no expansion joints.

Thermacell walls are steel-reinforced concrete walls, which are insulated by the polystyrene blocks.

The concrete core is kept at a constant temperature, so there is little or no expansion.

Grand Chancellor Federation concert hall in Hobart Tasmania - Built with Thermacell - There are no expansion joints

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