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Concrete Delamination Repair

Concrete Delamination Repair

Concrete delamination repairs work well when carried out properly. A series of deep scores are made into the base material, to provide a decent bond for the new concrete final layer. Shuttering is formed around or across the area being repaired. The shuttering is...

Resin Timber Repair

Resin Timber Repair

We do a lot of resin timber repairs on various situations, some of them include elements you would normally not expect as a home DIY aficionado. One of the things we had to work around and can be seen in the pictures, is the electrics at some point had been run...

Timber Resin Repair

Timber Resin Repair

The type of Timber Resin Repair we will discuss today is rather common. A threshold beam in an area of high traffic, in this case a doorway, has rotted out from the middle however the outside inch or so is still structurally sound. Some structural repair specialists...

Structural Sand Blasting

Structural Sand Blasting

“Sand” – technically aluminium oxide or silicon carbide – and glass are considered hard abrasives and additional care must be used when sandblasting or glass blasting to avoid any damage to the underlying substrate. Hard abrasive blasting is great when you’re not...

Super Heated Pressure Cleaning

Super Heated Pressure Cleaning

For super heated pressure cleaning, you would be forgiven to think of a regular pressure washer that sprays hot water. Similar but different in many aspects, the DOFF pressure washing system is a low pressure spraying system that is super heated and uses that...

Structural Shot Blasting

Structural Shot Blasting

As specialists in the field of structural shot blasting, we primarily deal with concrete, steel and timber, but our highly trained operatives also specialise in the cleaning of brick and stone. Grit blasting comprises a mild abrasive and is best suited for the removal...

Graffiti Removal

Graffiti Removal

Graffiti removal or the removal of graffiti from certain buildings is a very tricky process. Graffiti artists tend to mark or tag areas that are quite visible and don't often care much about the surfaces they paint on. On something like a grade 1 listed building...

Structural Soda Blasting

Structural Soda Blasting

Structural Soda Blasting or Abrasive blasting is the projection at a surface of a suspended particulate in a pressurised air or water stream for the purpose of removing a coating or contaminant, or other alteration of that surface in some way. In our case, the surface...

Basement Reinforcing

Basement Reinforcing

Basement reinforcing is quite the art to get right. In a regular basement, the concrete basement roof layer is actually the floor of the storey above it. Nothing like a regular roof which does not even have to look particularly pretty from above, this layer forms an...

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Fixing Structures Since 1998

Resin Timber Repair

We do a lot of resin timber repairs on various situations, some of them include elements you would normally not expect as a home DIY aficionado. One of the things we had to work around and can be seen in the pictures, is the electrics at some point had been run...

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Timber Resin Repair

The type of Timber Resin Repair we will discuss today is rather common. A threshold beam in an area of high traffic, in this case a doorway, has rotted out from the middle however the outside inch or so is still structurally sound. Some structural repair specialists...

read more
Structural Sand Blasting

“Sand” – technically aluminium oxide or silicon carbide – and glass are considered hard abrasives and additional care must be used when sandblasting or glass blasting to avoid any damage to the underlying substrate. Hard abrasive blasting is great when you’re not...

read more
Super Heated Pressure Cleaning

For super heated pressure cleaning, you would be forgiven to think of a regular pressure washer that sprays hot water. Similar but different in many aspects, the DOFF pressure washing system is a low pressure spraying system that is super heated and uses that...

read more
Structural Shot Blasting

As specialists in the field of structural shot blasting, we primarily deal with concrete, steel and timber, but our highly trained operatives also specialise in the cleaning of brick and stone. Grit blasting comprises a mild abrasive and is best suited for the removal...

read more
Graffiti Removal

Graffiti removal or the removal of graffiti from certain buildings is a very tricky process. Graffiti artists tend to mark or tag areas that are quite visible and don't often care much about the surfaces they paint on. On something like a grade 1 listed building...

read more
Structural Soda Blasting

Structural Soda Blasting or Abrasive blasting is the projection at a surface of a suspended particulate in a pressurised air or water stream for the purpose of removing a coating or contaminant, or other alteration of that surface in some way. In our case, the surface...

read more
Basement Reinforcing

Basement reinforcing is quite the art to get right. In a regular basement, the concrete basement roof layer is actually the floor of the storey above it. Nothing like a regular roof which does not even have to look particularly pretty from above, this layer forms an...

read more
Barn Conversion Requiring Underpinning

This barn conversion requiring underpinning was built on the cheap or without adequate foundations to support the weight of the property. In some places the pitiful foundations (or lack thereof) had crumbled away to almost nothing and the section of extension that had...

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Concrete Spalling Repairs

Concrete spalling repairs are quite a common fault on buildings that have started to age, especially structures that use concrete as an aesthetic element. Delamination occurs rather easily when multiple factors are encountered. Rust - a killer for many buildings, a...

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Comdeck Flooring and Reinforcement

Comdeck flooring and reinforcement is difficult to retrofit as once tied in to the inner skin wall, it forms an integral part of the structure. In the images below, you can see the perimeter party wall, then the outer blockwork skin, and the comdeck frame rests on the...

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Bowing Gable End

On this bowing gable end we found large sections of brickwork that had different colouration than the other around it. This only really happens if the bricks are a different sort used, are newer or the area around them has suffered damp and started to grow lichen or...

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Concrete Repairs and Crack Stitching

On this particular structure set we were blown away by the need for concrete repairs and crack stitching. Where the many thousands of tourists trample by daily, there is no way that these should still be standing however, these few bits of stone have stood the test of...

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Cracked Wall Crack Stitching

Have you got a situation where there is a cracked wall crack stitching required? As per the property below, where cracks had become so large that the building's stability was in question. Not only are cracks unsightly but if left unchecked that can threaten the safety...

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Existing Basement Conversion

An existing basement conversion is not to be confused with a new build basement or even a retrofit basement. The three are entirely different beasts. On this property a cellar of sorts existed, it even had a rudimentary staircase and ventilation mainly because it was...

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