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CONSERVATION

CONSERVATION

We are highly practiced in carrying out masonry works using a wealth of traditional stonemasonry skills and materials.

Specialising in the conservation of traditional town war memorials, historic monuments, ecclesiastical building and listed properties, we take pride in prolonging the life and integrity of architectural heritage.

ABOVE: We use only state-of-the-art equipment to aid in our conservation. Here a spider crane makes light work of dismounting a precious war memorial. 

RE-LETTERING

INDOORS

OUTDOORS

INDOORS

OUTDOORS

Re-lettering of memorials done by hand by only the most experienced War Memorial Conservation stonemasons indoors or outdoors

Some conservation methods employed by War Memorial Conservation are:

Re-pointing using lime putty

Application of lime wash

Re-rendering using traditional lime mortars

Stone matching

Consolidation of existing masonry

Re-lettering of memorials using materials and paints to match the original work

RE-ENAMELLING

The art of re-enamelling done on-site by a specialist War Memorial artisan

CONSERVATION PROJECTS

Littlehampton War Memorial – July 27, 2015

Littlehampton War Memorial – July 27, 2015

SHAREWar Memorial Conservation Co. had the pleasure of restoring a war memorial in Littlehampton, West Sussex. The monument contains 236 names listed by rank, surname and initials of the men who tragically lost their lives during World...

Littlehampton War Memorial – July 27, 2015

Littlehampton War Memorial – July 27, 2015

SHAREWar Memorial Conservation Co. had the pleasure of restoring a war memorial in Littlehampton, West Sussex. The monument contains 236 names listed by rank, surname and initials of the men who tragically lost their lives during World...

Littlehampton War Memorial – July 27, 2015

Littlehampton War Memorial – July 27, 2015

SHAREWar Memorial Conservation Co. had the pleasure of restoring a war memorial in Littlehampton, West Sussex. The monument contains 236 names listed by rank, surname and initials of the men who tragically lost their lives during World...