Hebel panels have superior insulation qualities compared to other masonry products, this means that it keeps your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer with less of a reliance on heaters and air-conditioning and saving you in energy costs.
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Hebel home
We are confident that you will enjoy living in your Hebel home – the incredible thermal properties of Hebel means it stays warmer in winter and cooler in summer, saving you in energy costs. It’s also great for acoustics – creating a more quiet and peaceful home for you and your family.
Hebel 20 year product warranty
Hebel® Autoclaved Aerated Concrete panels (“Hebel Products”) when used in low rise residential systems (for frame construction – up to 3 storeys) and handled, installed and maintained in accordance with the latest versions of Hebel Design & Installation Guides are warranted by CSR Building Products Limited (trading as CSR Hebel) for 20 years from the date of purchase.
Hebel panels contain anti-corrosion steel reinforcement, making them strong, solid and a reliable choice for building your home. Tests have shown that Hebel and traditional brick have a similar impact resistance.
Hebel is a highly versatile building product, available in blocks or panels, and suitable for use in a range of applications. These include external walls, internal walls, flooring, decking, load bearing and non-load bearing walls and DIY projects such as BBQs, letter boxes and fences.
Hebel is a strong, solid building product, with a similar impact resistance to traditional brick. To prevent or minimise cracking, ensure that you use an recommended acrylic render system, applied by an experienced renderer.
Hebel is a strong building product made from autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC). AAC was developed in Scandinavia over 70 years ago and is now used widely across the world.
CSR Hebel is Australia’s only manufacturer of AAC with over 25 years of experience in designing and developing AAC systems for Australian buildings.
No, Hebel is a building product made from autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) and contains steel mesh, coated with an anti-corrosion protection layer for maximum strength and durability. Hebel boasts great environmental benefits, is a non-combustible product and has high fire resistance, not to mention it reduces noise and is great for keeping your house warm in winter and cool in summer.
Installing one Hebel panel is the equivalent to laying 75 bricks, which means a 150m2 home can be go up as quickly as 3 days when installed by experienced Hebel installers. Building with Hebel means faster construction without sacrificing on quality.
Hebel PowerFloor is a great choice of flooring solution with it’s high-performing acoustic and thermal benefits. This means less noise between floors and none of the squeak or bounce associated with particleboard flooring. Hebel PowerFloor can be easily installed by onsite tradesman such as carpenters and sits well beneath any floor covering of your choice such as tiles, carpets or strip timber flooring.
Hebel walls should be washed down as a minimum once a year with clean water. This process removes any dirt or other build-up that has gathered on the coating.
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We are often asked about fixings! Holes can be drilled in Hebel walls using a masonry drill bit fitted to a standard (not rotary hammer) drill. Once the penetration has been filled with the required cables or the like, the gap around the penetration should be filled with a reputable flexible sealant such as Sikaflex polyurethane sealant. Below is a table which outlines what you need for common fixings to Hebel such as outdoor lighting and clothes lines.
Surface knocks and scratches can be touched up with the same surface coating finish that was applied at construction, like any masonry wall. In the event you are unsure, contact your builder for advice.
If the damage extends beyond the coating system and into the Hebel wall, professional advice should be sought to ensure the damage has not compromised the integrity of the wall.
Benefits of Hebel
Hebel delivers a range of benefits to both the builder and homeowner - it’s quick and easy to build with, better to live in, and a sustainable way to build.
Quality and speed
Strong and solid
Superior insulation qualities
High sustainability values
What is AAC?
AAC was developed in Scandinavia over 70 years ago and is now used widely all over the world.
A lightweight masonry product, AAC replicates a mineral that already exists in nature and uses readily available raw materials such as sand, cement, lime and gypsum, which combined with water and an expansion agent, produces a high quality masonry material.
Hebel products and systems are designed and developed in Australia by CSR Building Products, and are rigorously tested to ensure a consistently high quality product, making building with Hebel efficient and low risk.Read More
How is Hebel made?
Check out this video to see how Hebel AAC is manufactured here in Australia.