Practical Building Conservation: Mortars, plasters and renders
Alison Henry, John Stewart
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 643 pages
Mortars, Renders and Plasters provides a broad perspective of contemporaryconservation theory and practice not otherwise found in one publication, describing the history,physical properties, and deterioration of these important materials. Methods of assessing condition and evaluating options for treatment and repair are discussed, together with a range of practical conservation techniques and maintenance strategies.
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Understanding Buildings 8 Their Condition
Surveying Mortars Renders 8 Plasters
Diagnosis of Causes of Deterioration
TREATMENT Er REPAIR
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