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DJ Cooper Building Conservation in & around Radstock, Somerset
Neither this town nor its near neighbour, Midsomer Norton, is mentioned in the Domesday Book, but the area is believed to have been settled since the iron age, growing greatly in Roman times with the construction of the Fosse Way. In later years, the town won its wealth through mineral deposits and coal mining. In its turn, the industrialisation of coal mining here in Radstock pushed it to the forefront of railway development to distribute the coal from the mines all over the south west. Since the mines were abandoned, the area has been declared a Site of Significant Scientific Interest, which attracts many visitors each year, and makes sure that we always have something interesting to see or to talk about when farmers from the Radstock are call us in for:
With historic buildings in and around the town, some national monuments, some still in use, owned privately or by the local council, we often find ourselves called on in the Radstock area to ensure that when the grime from traffic, bird fouling, general day to day soiling or even graffiti is removed from a treasured building, there is no damage to the often delicate stonework beneath.
From removal of old paint for a domestic redecoration project, or the intricate cleaning of stone work in a cathedral using the poultice method, you will find that wherever you are in Radstock or Somerset, you will get a quick response, highly competitive quotation and thorough cleaning from DJ Cooper. Our number is shown above, or if you prefer to send us an email, simply click in the header of any page.
Photo from Featured Project near Radstock, Somerset
Before and After Images of Superheated Steam Graffiti Removal
This doorway and arch were cleaned to remove graffiti and traffic film using the Therma TEC superheated steam method.
Whilst being highly effective at removing the paint and years of accumulated grime, this system is very gentle on the underlying stone, so can be used even on fairly soft stone surfaces.
Whatever your cleaning problem, we have a method that will clean effectively while preserving the substrate of material, as well as many years of experience in getting outstanding results, so give us call on the number shown or click in the header of any page to send an email.
Building Conservation, including Cleaning of: Services Provided in:
- Masonry, Brickwork & Concrete
- Wood (Beams & Patios)
- Ferrous Metal & Some Non-Ferrous Metals
- To remove:
- Graffiti - promptly and carefully
- Smoke damage
- Bird droppings
- Air pollution residues
- Organic matter (slime and moss)