HERITAGE REPAIR

We repair properties with Lime and Bath stone using the traditional process that has been used historically throughout the UK, by slaking on site for both internal or external rendering, plastering, pointing and lime washing.

This conservation and repair work requires not only sensitivity but also an in-depth understanding and evaluation of the right base materials and conservation techniques that need to be used.

There are many reasons why repairs are needed. Restoration may be needed due to excessive dirt and stains including graffiti and paint. Deterioration can be caused by a number of environmental factors, for example continued exposure to pollutants from vehicles and build-up of carbon deposits.

Grade II Buildings

Listed Buildings also form a large part of what makes up, but are not limited to, pre-war built properties – buildings which carry a special historical or architectural significance.

Damp Bulldog offer damp proofing and cavity drain membranes - the perfect solution for listed buildings. We will discuss every stage and option with you to create a personal solution.

Benefits of Repairing Heritage Buildings

Keeping your heritage building maintained will sustain the significance of the property and keep it in use. Our careful and clean approach to restoring heritage buildings is close to our hearts that we make sure it's right for everyone involved.

During our survey we will always consider -

  • The effect of change restoration work would bring to the heritage values of the building
  • The form of the building as it currently exists and the appropriate materials required
  • The proposed work to respect previous forms of the place
  • The sustainability of the maintenance implications of the proposed restoration

Contact our team for more information about our Heritage Repair services

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