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 reducing the future maintenance demands that traditional paint systems require. Over the last five...

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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 paint and corrosion prior to necessary repairs and full protective coatings being applied.  The...

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Sovereign’s Entrance Gates: Palace of Wesminster

The gates used by Her Majesty for the State opening of Parliament [photo via the ‘Telegraph’] had become corroded and shabby. Eura Conservation Ltd removed the main gate and the pedstrian gates for refurbishment in our Telford workshops leaving the supports in situ.  These were cleaned using the environmentally...

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Waddesdon Manor

 Eura Conservation removed the ornate gates and railings from the lodge house at Waddesdon Manor and transported them to our well-equipped workshops in Telford. At the   workshops we undertook cleaning back to bare metal, extensive repairs to both the wrought iron and cast iron elements of the pieces (whilst preserving...

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Oxford University Museum of Natural History – Ornamental Ironwork

Vacuums at the ready, a team assessed and brushed each and every surface, nook and cranny. A gentle wash, with non-ionic detergent was then undertaken, ensuring that none of the delicate painted and stencilled surfaces were damaged. Every wooden beam, rafter and purlin was also cleaned and this lead to the discovery, on a...

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