The heritage property market is booming, and adaptive reuse projects are gaining popularity across Australia. Principles of sustainable urban development, including conservation of local culture, have only underscored this trend. In spite of this, outdated surface restoration methods remain prevalent, putting the health of contractors and occupants, the environment and even heritage buildings themselves at risk. Practitioners need to be aware of efficient surface restoration methods that maximise the core benefits of heritage restoration.

Download this whitepaper and to be aware of the risks associated with mainstream surface restoration techniques, and the alternative method that will help you avoid them.

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