From private residences to places of worship, but also forges, market houses, mills, monuments and railway stations, all are among our national heritage.
But time does not pass in vain and over the years, due to natural aging and the continuous exposure to inclement weather (rain, frost, sudden changes in temperature, etc.), their roofs and facades are starting to reach such a degradation point, that rehabilitating them becomes an urgent matter.
When carrying out the rehabilitation of Heritage buildings, it is critical to take into account their original materials and historical characteristics in order to create the best restoration with the least impact possible.
The importance of protecting our Heritage
Investing in the restoration our heritage buildings is not just positive for the individual properties but can also give a real boost to local communities and support jobs in conservation, traditional building skills, and above all, tourism. Every year thousands of tourists visit Ireland for its history and traditions, and heritage buildings play a significant role in this type of tourism.
This investment also plays an essential role in supporting communities to regenerate the area where they live and work.
The purpose behind the restoration of historical buildings is to recover their architectural elements, assess the damage and the deterioration produced and establish the necessary procedures to perform the rehabilitation.
In other words, monumental buildings are a heritage that we must preserve to remember our history and past. However, this is not an easy task as many of these old buildings (houses, cellars, mills, cathedrals) are worn out and deteriorated by the passage of time and by the action of external agents such as rain, sun, humidity, bird droppings, or the proliferation of lichens and weeds.
In other words, monumental buildings are a heritage that we must preserve to remember our history and past. However, many of these old buildings (houses, cellars, mills, cathedrals) are worn out and deteriorated by the passage of time and external agents such as rain, sun, humidity, bird droppings, or the proliferation of lichens and weeds.
At C&S Roofing, we know the importance of looking after historic buildings.
Therefore, we carry out roof restoration works on heritage buildings, from the conservation of materials to compliance with all legal standards taking care of all the necessary aspects and details, so that buildings continue to look their best for many years to come.
And the fact is that the respect for historic buildings begins with knowing our history and our past. Sustainable growth and restoration are not just words to us, with the works and repairs provided being done with great care and attention as we carry out continuous maintenance and take special care when restoring and preserving its original appearance.