Here at Stone Technical Services Group we strongly believe that a small amount of investment in the ongoing building cyclical maintenance is a far more cost-effective expenditure that waiting for a catastrophic event to occur resulting in a significant amount of remedial expenditure.
We have a rather surprising ethos, we want our customers to spend the least amount possible on the upkeep of their buildings and properties!
There is a wide range of ways that you can take care of your building in an ongoing and planned way and we are ideally placed to help you with this and give you advice on how to achieve this.
Our own in-house craftsmen and operatives carry out a vast array of conservation and maintenance works on building fabric and structures for this very reason and sometimes it is as simple as just ensuring there is an effective regime in place for the clearing of gutter systems and rainwater goods to prevent any long-term and high-cost damage occurring.
We already have arrangements in place for such work at organisations like the National Trust and Historic England and landmark sites such as the Royal Courts of Justice and Cragside House in Northumberland. We are also pretty high up on the speed dial list for multiple architects, building surveyors and facility services companies right across the UK.
Incorporated in our historic property maintenance operation is our specialism in the cleaning of structures using the highly effective DOFF and TORC systems in which we are manufacturer Rosette Award holders in both. These systems produce staggering results and are capable of reviving all sorts of materials and can remove old paint layers, traffic film, graffiti and moss growth, all in the most sympathetic and non-intrusive way for the protection of the original structure, and extremely cost effective. We also offer ongoing building maintenance contracts to allow for even more savings and a more structured and planned maintenance regime