Haseley Manor, Warwick
This Grade II listed building dates back to 1875 in a Tudor style with rubble-work stone. Working with conservation officers and within the standards for listed buildings we began to work on test trials across different areas of the façade. This helped to bring clarity to the methodology we would use to restore and revitalise the building.
After selecting sensitive cleaning methods based upon our test trials, we were approved by the conservation office to use various careful and conservative steam cleaning phases to remove soiling to the stonework. We also carried out minor repairs to sections of stone, including repairs to the stone masonry with replacement and repointing.
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