Case Study – Tudor House Redmarley

The Challenge

To carry out soda blasting on the external and internal surfaces of the building as part of the refurbishment project.

We were chosen in preference to other companies and systems such as dorf and torc, as we demonstrated we could carry out all the works required with a dry single system and supply them with long term experience of the methodology and applications that are required to manage the various tasks.

APT’s Solution

We were called in to assist the conservation architect to carry out test samples to a listed Tudor farm house.

There was a very sensitive clean required due to the age and pliability of the brick structure within the oak panels which was only single skin. The gentleman who’s family had always owned the house was 80 years old and was born in the house and it was his wish to move back in.

The internal surfaces were made up of stone floor flag stones, a feature fire place and oak beams.

The external paint removal was soda blasted using a Vortex II Blast Head N03 at a pressure of just 1 bar, and due to the pliability we removed the layers of paint from the porous brick surface and the oak beam structure was then de painted to give the desired finish.

What our client said

Check back at a later date to see what our client said on the work we carried out for this job.

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