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Garden Wall Failure

Have you experienced garden wall failure as a result of subsidence? Subsidence occurs in many soil types and can be attributed to many things like the weather for example. A wet winter followed by a hot summer followed by a wet winter on clay soil (As most of Greater...

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Severe Subsidence Wall Monitoring

Severe subsidence wall monitoring is required in extreme cases where a foundation has sunk so badly, the risk of further subsidence has to be monitored, essentially for safety's sake. The monitors shown in the images below are manual monitors, and require a regular...

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Lateral Restraint Installation

This lateral restraint installation was a housing association repair. The poor tenant was at her wits end because simply shutting the front door meant the entire section perpendicular to the gable end rocked from front to back. Wind was blowing through huge gaps in...

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Cracked Brickwork Subsidence

Do you have or suspect you have cracked brickwork subsidence? Subsidence is so common in the UK, it can be seen in most areas if you know what to look for. Small or large cracks on interior walls or exterior walls or both anywhere on a property will often point to...

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Tree Root Damage to Walls

Have you got or have you experienced tree root damage to walls? Each year, untold damage is reported to us regarding properties all over the UK with damage caused by tree roots. The cause is simple, structural damage is caused when roots grow under or through...

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Subsidence Underpinning Required

On this property which has subsidence underpinning required, we had a slight added mountain to cross in that we were also adding a loft conversion at the same time. Best practice meant that we were to focus on the subsidence underpinning required first. The...

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Terraced House Subsidence

Terraced house subsidence, is it even possible? The short answer is, definitely. Any property built on a weak foundation will start to show cracks from subsidence regardless of size. In these images, you will see severe cracking across all parts of the house, pillars,...

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Victorian Station Timber Repairs

We were called out to address the Victorian station timber repairs required at Hanwell Station in Middlesex. Just a few fun facts about Hanwell Station: In 1836 Isambard Kingdom Brunel built the Wharncliffe viaduct for the Great Western Railway and Hanwell station...

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Tanking a Cellar

Tanking a cellar, sounds technical right? Well it is not rocket science however it must be applied correctly and used in the right situation. Merely tanking a cellar will not make it watertight where the water table is high - but let's drill down into the why's and...

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Severe Subsidence Wall Monitoring

Severe subsidence wall monitoring is required in extreme cases where a foundation has sunk so badly, the risk of further subsidence has to be monitored, essentially for safety's sake. The monitors shown in the images below are manual monitors, and require a regular...

read more
Lateral Restraint Installation

This lateral restraint installation was a housing association repair. The poor tenant was at her wits end because simply shutting the front door meant the entire section perpendicular to the gable end rocked from front to back. Wind was blowing through huge gaps in...

read more
Cracked Brickwork Subsidence

Do you have or suspect you have cracked brickwork subsidence? Subsidence is so common in the UK, it can be seen in most areas if you know what to look for. Small or large cracks on interior walls or exterior walls or both anywhere on a property will often point to...

read more
Tree Root Damage to Walls

Have you got or have you experienced tree root damage to walls? Each year, untold damage is reported to us regarding properties all over the UK with damage caused by tree roots. The cause is simple, structural damage is caused when roots grow under or through...

read more
Subsidence Underpinning Required

On this property which has subsidence underpinning required, we had a slight added mountain to cross in that we were also adding a loft conversion at the same time. Best practice meant that we were to focus on the subsidence underpinning required first. The...

read more
Terraced House Subsidence

Terraced house subsidence, is it even possible? The short answer is, definitely. Any property built on a weak foundation will start to show cracks from subsidence regardless of size. In these images, you will see severe cracking across all parts of the house, pillars,...

read more
Victorian Station Timber Repairs

We were called out to address the Victorian station timber repairs required at Hanwell Station in Middlesex. Just a few fun facts about Hanwell Station: In 1836 Isambard Kingdom Brunel built the Wharncliffe viaduct for the Great Western Railway and Hanwell station...

read more
New Basement

A new basement is a great way to create extra space in your property but there is sometimes confusion between a new build basement and a new basement for say an existing property. A new build basement is attached to the words ‘new build’ as these refer to a building...

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Subsidence in Reading

One of our favourite subjects in one of our closest and most served areas: Subsidence in Reading. We were asked to attend the house pictured to report on paths to repair for the obvious subsidence and massive cracks running through the property of this house built in...

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Notre-Dame Fire 15 Minutes from Total Destruction

If ever there was an event to take our minds off Brexit, even just for a few hours it was this, the almost total destruction of the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris. It is not often the loss of a building leaves an entire nation in mourning, in fact the shockwaves have...

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Woodworm in Beaconsfield Buckinghamshire HP10 0LB

Requirement: Woodworm in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP10 0LB Woodworm in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP10 0LB Problem: We visited the site with a view to repairing damage caused by infestation. The Fix: The general or standard procedure for Woodworm is to:...

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Wall Tie Services in Beaconsfield Buckinghamshire HP9 1BP

Requirement: Wall Tie Services in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 1BP Wall Tie Services in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 1BP Problem: We supplied remedial services to repair to secure masonry. The Fix: The general or standard procedure for Wall Tie Services is...

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Ground Anchors in Ascot Berkshire SL5 7DR

Requirement: Ground Anchors in Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7DR Ground Anchors in Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7DR Problem: We surveyed and reported on to alleviate further structural damage. The Fix: The general or standard procedure for Ground Anchors is to: Drive a suitably...

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Timber Repairs in Beaconsfield Buckinghamshire HP9 1BF

Requirement: Timber Repairs in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 1BF Timber Repairs in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 1BF Problem: We reported and repaired to alleviate further structural damage. The Fix: The general or standard procedure for Timber Repairs is...

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Soil Stabilisation in Ascot Berkshire SL5 7DN

Requirement: Soil Stabilisation in Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7DN Soil Stabilisation in Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7DN Problem: Our Engineers were contacted regarding to alleviate further structural damage. The Fix: The general or standard procedure for Soil Stabilisation is...

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