Welcome to Abbey Services Website
Specialists in Stone & Brick Cleaning and Repair Work on Listed Buildings & Monuments
As well as being specialists in the cleaning of stone and brick we also carry out the following works.
Abrasive Cleaning (Sandblasting / Blast Cleaning) of Wooden Beams & Metalwork including Plant & Machinery
Whatever your requirement we are here to help – if you are not sure or require further information then please do not hesitate to contact us either via the contact us page or pick up the phone (+44) 01666 841338
What we do
Specialist Masonry (Stone & Brick) Cleaning using the DoFF/Thermatech Ultra High Temperature, low pressure cleaning system & a wet blast system (similar to the JoSS Torque system).
Conservation work on listed buildings and ancient monuments especially when having to work with traditional materials such as hydraulic lime rather than cement.
Graffiti Removal – Using environmentally friendly chemicals and the DoFF/ThermaTech cleaning system we can remove all forms of graffiti. We specialise in working on listed buildings and ancient monuments where care must be taken not to destroy the fabric of the building.
War Memorial Cleaning & Restoration Work Cleaning ancient monuments and war memorials is a specialist task and care must be taken not to damage the fabric of the structure – for further information please click on this link to see examples of our work.
Re- Pointing – using traditional lime mixtures – made to match the existing pointing
Repairing or replacing damaged stonework and brickwork
Patio & Path Cleaning – without using High Pressure water to damage stonework
Wet or Dry Sandblasting / Blast Cleaning / Shot Blasting for:
Removal of Paint from Timber Beams – Strip wooden beams either prior to treating for woodworm or just to leave a natural finish. Original timber beams and panelling that have had years of accumulated paint or stain applied, can be cleaned back to reveal the wood in its natural state. Renovations to older properties can be greatly enhanced by cleaning the existing timbers and allowing the natural colour of the wood to be restored.
New oak structures or extensions can be blasted to remove staining and grime especially to remove the saw marks made when the wood is cut
Shot Blasting Metal.
Cleaning rust and paint from any steelwork / metalwork including plant and machinery. Applying a primer / red oxide if required.
Remove paint and limewash from most surfaces either in preparation for further works e.g. before wall can be rendered or to leave a natural finish on either stonework or brickwork.
Project Management – all aspects of running building projects – especially in the conservation arena. This includes organising workflow and liaising with everyone concerned from client to architect to suppliers and sub contractors.