Removing harmful materials from stone work allows the substrate to breath, release moisture and salts.
ThermaTech modular range of superheated water cleaning equipment was chosen to give a thorough clean to the Westbury White Horse.
The recently applied acrylic based paint coatings on this town house in Douglas had failed and required removal.
ThermaTech was chosen to restore Belmont House, a Georgian Villa in Lyme Regis, Dorset built in the 1780’s. It is one of the first Georgian seaside villas built in the country, and it is adorned with decorative artificial stone.
Removal of old masonry paint coatings from the exterior walls of a sound editing suite at the Film Studios near Ramsey.
ThermaTech systems were used to clean the University Leisure Centre and Restaurant, Limerick, Ireland. A key factor in deciding which cleaning approach to use was that the centre is open seven days a week and has a constant stream of visitors.
State-of-the-art cleaning technology – ThermaTech – has been used to restore a treasured local war memorial to its former glory. The conservation project was completed in preparation for the 100-year anniversary of World War I in 2014.
ThermaTech was chosen for a prestigious restoration project at Kensington Palace.
Restorative Techniques’ ThermaTech was specified as an effective, non-destructive cleaning method for the Royal Artillery Memorial.
The cleaning of stonework in the garden of this private residence in Surrey using ThermaTech. The grounds included a sunken rose garden and some 380 square metres of stone patio, which had not been used or maintained for ten years.