The ThermaTech system is the industry leading system of equipment for cleaning brittle and historic stonework such as churches and listed buildings. It is highly recognised all over the world for its gentle but super effective cleaning techniques.
Algae, Fungi, Lichen and Mould are some of the most common types of organic matter to inhabit stonework on the Island. We can remove 100% of all organic growths, and also exterminate all biological spores – preventing further infestations.
Discolouration on stone occurs very frequently due to various reasons such as carbonation, corrosion, cracking, dirt deposition, and others. ThermaClean will successfully remove atmospheric and environmental soiling from any stone surface.
The jobsite is the oldest cemetery in Vancouver, dating back to 1886. The war memorial monument was constructed in 1926 and is cherished and very popular among visitors who come to see it and take pictures of it.
The ThermaTech equipment from Restorative Techniques was used to clean the Cenotaph, a tall stone war memorial in Whitehall, London.
ThermaTech modular range of superheated water cleaning equipment was chosen to give a thorough clean to the Westbury White Horse.
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.