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Author name: Robert Hopps

Japanese Knotweed

What is Japanese Knotweed? Japanese knotweed or (Fallopia Japonica) was introduced to Britain by the Victorians for its ornamental attractiveness. The leaves are a vibrant green heart shape and attractive small white flowers. The stems are bamboo like and often red/green in colour. It can grow up to 4m in height and will die back […]

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Crack Stitching

Introduction     Historical architecture often did not involve any form of lintol or beam support over windows but instead relied on self supporting brick arches. In some instances timber beams were used but often these are found to be rotten or failing. Over the course of time brickwork can begin to slump causing loads to

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