Conservation is the procedure of protecting facilities, i.e. construction materials, from decay. Facilities and various objects which need to remain in an adequate state for many years are being conserved. These are usually the monuments of cultural-historical importance, monuments under state protection, as well as other new and old high quality buildings. Conservation prevents decaying and staining of buildings. Facilities and construction materials conserved with our materials keep original color, appearance and steam-permeability. The effect of thermal insulation is also achieved , in other words buildings protected in this manner “save” up to 30% of energy spent on heating or cooling.
Anti-graffiti protection represents a type of additional conservation. It is performed on buildings or parts of buildings that are permanently exposed to markers, sprays or paint. This protection is preceded by a mandatory conservation. Anti-graffiti protection enables easier removal of graffiti, mostly by using water or water under pressure. Upon the removal of graffiti there is no damage to the building. The buildings which haven’t undergone anti-graffiti protection always suffer from material damages during cleaning.
Besides facilities, conservation can be done on various artistic objects made of stone, concrete, gypsum, ceramics, metal, wood and other materials.
Conservation is performed by our team of experts using its own materials and technology. Our high quality and durable materials for conservation have been tested in practice for many years.
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