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by John Ashurst,Nicola Ashurst

ePub Practical Building Conservation (v. 2) download
Author:
John Ashurst,Nicola Ashurst
ISBN13:
978-0291397461
ISBN:
0291397468
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Publisher:
John Wiley & Sons (August 1988)
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Engineering
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In five volumes, Practical Building Conservation provides a comprehensive and practical reference source for those involved in restoration, preservation, repair or. .2. Brick, terracotta and earth. John Ashurst, Nicola Ashurst. Gower Technical Press, 1988 - Buildings - 144 pages.

In five volumes, Practical Building Conservation provides a comprehensive and practical reference source for those involved in restoration, preservation, repair or maintenance of historic buildings. Architects, surveyors and building contractors will find it essential reading - whether they are responsible for repairing a large, historic site or part of the fabric of a small on. he authors consider the complete range of materials and the problems likely to occur with each.

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Compare similar products. Practical Building Conservation: v. 1 by Nicola Ashurst, John Ashurst (Hardback, 1988). Current slide {CURRENT SLIDE} of {TOTAL SLIDES}- Compare similar products. A very good book in depth knowlage in conservation of stone masonry volume 1,covers the repair and maintenance of stone. controlling organic growth is included as well as methods of grouting. architects,surveyors and building contractors will find it essential reading. Best-selling in Non-Fiction.

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Practical building conservation. Vol. 2 brick, terracotta and earth. The second of five volumes which provide a comprehensive and practical reference source for those involved in historic restoration and preservation. This volume covers the control of damp and th. More).

ii PRACTICAL BUILDING CONSERVATION. This series of Practical Building Conservation technical handbooks supersedes the original five volumes written by John and Nicola Ashurst, and published in 1988. The series is aimed primarily at those who look after historic buildings, or who work on them.

Since the original series of Practical Building Conservation appeared in 1988, it has become a standard reference for those caring for historic buildings large and small: essential reading for architects, surveyors and building managers, as well as conservators. Ashgate Publishing and English Heritage are now publishing an update to this seminal series.

by John Ashurst, Nicola Ashurst, Geoff Wallis, Dennis Toner. ISBN 9780291397485 (978-0-291-39748-5) Hardcover, Gower Technical, 1988. by John Ashurst, Nicola Ashurst.

In five volumes, Practical Building Conservation provides a comprehensive and practical reference source for those involved in restoration, preservation, repair or maintenance of historic buildings. Architects, surveyors and building contractors will find it essential reading - whether they are responsible for repairing a large, historic site or part of the fabric of a small one. The authors consider the complete range of materials and the problems likely to occur with each. Chemical, mechanical and other forms of treatment are analysed with precise information on which form of restoration works best in each particular case. This is backed up by practical advice - covering everything from complicated repair processes (simply explained) to the removal of ground-in chewing gum from paving stones. The other volumes in this series include: stone masonry; plasters, mortars and renders; metals; wood, glass and resins and in Volume 5 there is a comprehensive technical bibliography. Volume 2 Brick, Terracotta and Earth covers the control of damp and the repair and maintenance of brick, clay and earth structures. The book investigates the causes of damp (with a fascinating case study), methods of mortar analysis and their advantages and disadvantages, and gives a guide to pointing stone and brick work. Next come detailed sections on the repair and maintenance of: ¢ bricks ¢ terracotta and faience ¢ cob, chalk mud, pise and clay lump ¢ earth floors ¢ daub.