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When wide cracks develop in the walls of a building, particularly if they are running diagonally, this is a sure sign of faulty foundations, probably due to subsidence, and underpinning ? strengthening of the foundations ? will be required.
Cracks, lumps and bumps, bulges and bows in the walls and floors ? all these are signs of structural instability in a building, usually the result of subsidence or flooding. It?s easy to panic when faced with these unpleasant problems.
Structural Repairs carries out a wide range of masonry repairs on a variety of buildings, both commercial and domestic. We?are approved?installers of the two leading specialist masonry repair systems, Cintec and Thor Helical.
Wall ties are an essential part of the structure of any building, tying together the two leaves of cavity walls, crucial to their safety and stability. Unseen, but vital, these small devices are one of the most troublesome features in the structure of a building.
Damp is the dreaded scourge of many a building, affecting the health of the structure and also the health of the inhabitants. There are many different types of damp problems in buildings, and many treatments and cures available.
Operating, as we do, mostly in urban areas in and around London we have built up a reputation for providing cost-effective beautiful basement conversions. Converting a damp and dingy cellar into bright, dry and usable living space is a popular option.
When it comes to renovating or restoring buildings that have suffered structural?damage,?or upgrading a structure to cope with a heavier load, it is vital to have an effective way to manage timber repairs. The solution we favour at Structural Repairs…
Properties in London, Surrey, Middlesex and Berkshire are particularly prone to infestation by certain types of wood boring beetle (commonly known as woodworm) which attack timber down to the core, and therefore can cause structural damage.