Timber Cleaning, Repair & Restoration

We specialise in removing paint, superficial soiling & crusted coatings on historically valuable timber surfaces, using our carefully developed cleaning technique. Coupled with our low disturbance repair process, new sections of timber can be species matched & are joined using our innovative design approach along with specially designed materials.

Low Disturbance Restoration of Timbers

For many years we have been repairing damaged and below-specification timber members. We specialise in timber resin splice repairs in many historic buildings, where there is a requirement to retain as much of the original material and character of the structure as possible. New sections of timber can be species matched, and are joined using our innovative design approach and specially designed bonding materials. Our low-disturbance technique is a cost effective way of breathing new life into original features in buildings.

Our unique repair process allows us to be flexible in our approach, according to the access you have to carry out repairs. The adhesive materials we use are designed specifically to behave like wood, and allow us to maintains the original timber as much as possible. This provides a cost effective solution compared to complete removal and replacement, while also upgrading the strength and performance of the original timber.

Low Disturbance Cleaning of Timbers

We have developed a gentle cleaning procedure for timber, that is especially suited for historically valuable surfaces. With a flat impact angle,  this process causes no damage to timber finishes.  We have had great success with this procedure on painted Pine Wood church ceilings, which is notoriously difficult due to Pine being a soft wood. Along with this, the process allows us to effectively clean paint,  superficial soiling and crusted coatings off other timber surfaces.

Low Disturbance Cleaning of Timbers

We have developed a gentle cleaning procedure for timber, that is especially suited for historically valuable surfaces. With a flat impact angle,  this process causes no damage to timber finishes.  We have had great success with this procedure on painted Pine Wood church ceilings, which is notoriously difficult due to Pine being a soft wood. Along with this, the process allows us to effectively clean paint,  superficial soiling and crusted coatings off other timber surfaces.

McGuinness Building Preservation Ltd has decades of experience in dealing with large & small outbreaks of Wood Rot in all types of properties. 

For more information on Timber Repairs or Restoration, please Contact Us today.

 

Phone: +353 42 974 1495

Mobile: +353 87 243 2564

Email: info@mcguinness.ie

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