Glass Houses

Eura Conservation provides an essential service in the restoration and conservation of glass structures and conservatories. This delicate process helps keep as much of the original structure as possible, encapsulating the concept of conservation. Please view some of our projects below to see the high quality work completed in some of our previous projects.

The Swiss Garden, Bedfordshire

As the listings suggest it was vital to choose a suitable method of cleaning the metalwork to enable a protective coating of modern two-pack epoxy and polyurethane paint to be used ensuring a high degree of protection thereby...

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Kew Gardens – Temperate House.

This three year project involves careful recording and dismantling of every component of this unique building.    Cleaning trials will be undertaken to ascertain the most effective method of removing the very many years of...

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Ballyfin Conservatory

Shrubbery growing through the roof were the least of the problems of this fine conservatory attached to Ballyfin House.  Having fallen into disrepair over the years Ballyfin has been in painstakingly restored over many and now...

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Tynemouth Station Canopy restoration

On the East coast beyond Newcastle upon Tyne stands the 1882 station designed by William Bell, chief architect of numerous stations and highly regarded for his roof and canopy designs.  Eura had to work within the confines of a...

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Gladstone Pavilion, Stanley Park, Liverpool.

Each of the 5,000 plus pieces (not including the bolts) were meticulously tagged and recorded, both as a photographic record and on a database prior to being transported to Eura’s Telford workshops where each piece was...

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