Maintenance and preservation

To keep our buildings looking their best, maintenance and care is vital. Our maintenance techniques provide a commercially viable option to repair your building and preserve it for the future. Dependent on the type of building and its architecture, different approaches are needed to ensure protection of the buildings character, fabric and structure.

Quadriga specialise in techniques which can protect, maintain, and stabilise the existing materials, form, and integrity of a historic place or of an individual component.

Maintenance techniques from Quadriga also have the added advantage of minimising further deterioration in both aesthetic and structural elements of concrete, brick, stone and timber structures.


Cleaning treatments

Thorough cleaning of the external façades of a building can make a significant difference to its overall appearance. In the same way, careful interior cleaning can also considerably enhance the appeal of a building.

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Structural repair

Quadriga deliver structural repair services include epoxy resin injection for concrete crack repair, helical reinforcement and carbon fibre plate bonding. All our structural repair projects are carefully planned and implemented by our expert engineers to restore structural stability with minimal disruption.

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Waterproofing systems

Incorrect diagnosis and selection of unsuitable waterproofing systems can prove to be expensive and sometimes unsuccessful. Quadriga is experienced in many types of waterproofing systems and can recommend and specify appropriate systems to provide cost effective, guaranteed solutions.

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Rainwater Goods

Good maintenance of rainwater goods is crucial to the preservation and longevity of historic buildings but unfortunately they can often be overlooked.  Rainwater goods are products installed to the exterior of a building to manage rainwater disposal and protect the building from water ingress and damage.

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Cathodic Protection

Many 19th and 20th century buildings incorporate steel frames which are liable to corrosion and unfortunately we now find many of these buildings in poor condition.  Conventional treatments can be invasive, involving opening up large areas to expose and treat the affected components.  Cathodic protection offers an alternative approach to treating rusting iron and steelwork buried within buildings and structures.

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Building Maintenance Services

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