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As a natural substance, stone is beautiful, particularly when it is properly preserved and maintained.
Posted on 16 March, 2020 by J Radford Group
Lining the roof edges of some of our oldest buildings, you need only look up to find a glimpse of gargoyles; stone monsters glaring down from on high. Conservation of your facades, stonework and yes, even gargoyles, is important – protecting our most impressive and treasured structures. But what is a gargoyle? What are the … Continue reading →
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Posted on 21 November, 2014 by J Radford Group
While the buildings in our towns, cities and villages are all built from a variety of materials, older buildings will no doubt be made from some form of stone. If you look around you in any area you will see intricate and decorative stonework which has been specially crafted. Stone has a long and … Continue reading →
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