Terrence Lee Conservation joins the NHTG membership scheme

Terrence Lee Conservation logoWe're delighted to welcome Terrence Lee Conservation as the latest NHTG member!

Terrence Lee Conservation is a Shropshire based company, dedicated to the conservation of traditional brickwork in all its forms.

The company undertakes practical brickwork conservation projects, on a diverse range of traditional buildings and structures including small, rural vernacular cottages, boundary and garden walls, canal structures, Georgian and Victorian town houses - both listed and unlisted.

Clients are sympathetic owners of traditional buildings, architects, building managers and conservation professionals who are passionate about their buildings. They recognise the harm that inappropriate methods and modern materials such as cement mortars and renders have done, or can do, to traditional brick work and wish not only to retain the significance and character of their buildings but also to restore their functionality. Like Terrence Lee Conservation, they recognise the importance of an informed approach to the execution of repairs to traditional and  historic buildings.

Find out more about Terrence Lee Conservation here.


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