Prevention of Premature Staining of New Buildings

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Taylor & Francis, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 59 pages
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The appearance of ugly staining early in a buildings life, ruins an otherwise pleasing appearance, tarnishes the image of the owners and gives rise to costly refurbishment works. In this book Phil Parnham raises a number of questions that should be considered whenever a new building is being designed or built. These are:
* why has staining become so prominent;
* what causes premature staining; which parts of new buildings are likely to be affected;
* how can it be avoided?
By using a number of highly illustrated case studies, the author answers these questions and ends by suggesting measures that should be taken by all design and construction professionals to prevent premature staining.
 

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Phil Parnham is presently Principal Lecturer in Building Surveying at Sheffield Hallam University, UK.

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