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Popular Techniques in Building Restoration

When it comes to restoring a historical building or a heritage site, there is a long and careful process to follow in which one wrong move can...

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The Importance of Historical Building Restoration

Here in the UK, we have a wealth of beautiful heritage and listed buildings. Unfortunately, many of these lovely old buildings have fallen into...

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Concrete Ramp Resurfacing

Feb 11 2016

This new concrete disabled access ramp at a school in London had an unsuitable finish for the clients' needs.

Concrete Ramp Surfacing

Concrete Ramp Surfacing

Concrete Ramp Renovations

Concrete Ramp Renovations

Concrete Renovations Ltd were called in to rectify the problem.

Firstly the surface needed to be scabbled down to a minimum of -6mm to allow for the new material. The concrete was then resurfaced using Sikatop 77 a hard wearing, high performance, heavy duty screed.

A non-slip surface was achieved by drawing a soft brush across the uncured material.

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