While construction companies and housebuilders provide us within significant volumes of regular work, heritage sites provide us with the opportunity to repair and restore items that have often been made by skilled craftsmen and artisans many years previously. The diversity of repairs in heritage property can be a welcome test of the skills of our operatives, and which can also be a great source of pride on completion of the works. Our technicians have carried out detailed repairs to damage in Royal residences in central London, as well as working in large private estates and National Trust properties across East Anglia and the South-East. So whether it be repairing old wooden panels in Kingston Guildhall, ornate urinals in Merchant Taylors Hall, or a wide range of other damage across a range of National Trust properties, our staff have the capability to restore old and damaged surfaces to their former glory.
The Refinishing Touch is also experienced in applying flame retardancy coatings to wooden surfaces to ensure that they meet fire regulations. Our technicians have been trained to prepare and spray wooden surfaces. Our work is certified to give our customers the confidence that their property meets the standards laid down in legislation. Our services have been used in refurbishments when the owner wishes to retain original panelling either as a feature, or is obliged to keep it due to the property being listed.
For all your Heritage repair and restoration requirements, please call our experts on 020 8616 0350 for London and the South East and 01603 263842 for East Anglia.