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Welcome to Tony Graham & Co. - Conservation of historic buildings

Update: We are not taking on any further projects. However, we can recommend Bob Berry, Tel: (01380) 726597 and Andrew Carr on Tel: (07050) 262277.

We provide repair and maintenance services for Wiltshire's period properties, specialising in buildings constructed prior to 1840. Tony Graham's professional qualifications BEng(Hons), MSc.(Bldg Conserv.), PhD and his experience in the conservation of domestic property enable us to provide expert friendly assistance on projects of all sizes - from mending broken door furniture to carrying out structural repairs. text fix bar

You benefit because:

Our expert knowledge avoids unnecessary or damaging work to your period property and saves you unnecessary expense.
Sensitive conservation may enhance your property's value.
All work is personally carried out or directly supervised by Tony Graham.
Specialist sub-contractors are used only where strictly necessary.
Every job is based on a clear quotation, specifying the work to be carried out and the cost.

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We can help you with:
Care and maintenance of:
Lime plasters
Timber framing
Wattle & daub panels
Brick and stone
Period glass
Cast- and wrought-iron

Structural conservation
Appraisal of cracks, bulges and other defects
Treatment of dampness
Environmental monitoring and systems
Paint Removal
Control of wood-boring insects (woodworm)
Assessment of decay in timber, brick and stone
Planning utility installations
Advice for long-term maintenance

Conservation of classical architecture
Interior joinery and plasterwork
Classical facades and doorcases
Historic colour

Legislation consultancy
Listed building consent applications, including justification statements
Liaising with your conservation officer
Conservation Management Plans / Statements
Building Regulations specific to period property
Grant applications