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The Repair Care Working Methods give both preventative and curative protection to all joinery. Whether it is the sympathetic repair of a listed building where we can ensure that all the existing timber that can be saved is retained, or possibly the use of DRY FLEX® resin with a timber splice to repair a badly decayed window frame, there is a specification suitable for the job. Please refer to our Excel spreadsheet, which includes the Working Methods, or call us for more details.
For specifiers and contractors our Excel spreadsheet is an invaluable guide to estimating costs and producing specifications and quotations. As individual projects will vary you should only use it as a guide. Alternatively, for accurate project cost calculations, use our Joinery Inspection Service for complete peace of mind.
If you would like to download a copy of the Working Methods document, please click here.
“I have specified Repair Care DRY FLEX® for many years on a wide variety of Grade 2 and Grade 1 listed properties in Bath, Bristol and across the South West.
The main benefit of the system is that every effort is made to ensure that only the rot and decayed wood is removed, and that as much as possible of the original window, door and related joinery is retained and preserved.
The technical advisors have always ensured that work is carried out smoothly and economically from initial site survey, drafting of specifications and training contractors. ”
- Alan Hardiman