George Jones is a building maintenance contractor who has a great deal of experience working on conservation and historical projects, for example we were the dedicated maintenance contractor at the Tower of London for over 30 years. We understand that these projects require a unique set of skills and knowledge, and are committed to providing high-quality service to ensure that these buildings are preserved for future generations.
We prove our quality service to conservation and historical projects by utilising traditional building techniques and materials. Many of these buildings were constructed using techniques and materials that are no longer used today. George Jones understands the importance of preserving the historical authenticity of these buildings, and our operatives are highly skilled in working with traditional building materials such as lime mortar and wooden shingles. By using these materials and techniques, we can help to ensure that buildings of historical importance, remain true to its original design in conserving their character.
Upon historical or conservation projects, we collaborate closely with heritage architects and conservation specialists. George Jones understands that these projects require a high level of expertise and attention to detail, and work closely with architects and specialists to ensure that the work is carried out to the highest standard. This collaboration ensures that the building is preserved in a way that is sympathetic to its history and character, with specifications designed to suit modern day whilst guiding clients on what is practical and achievable.
We prioritise regular maintenance and upkeep and encourage the fact that buildings of historical importance or of listed status, require constant care and attention. Many conservation and historical buildings are subject to unique challenges such as damp, decay and mould. However, by carrying out regular maintenance work, George Jones can help identify and fix any issues before they become major problems. This helps to ensure that the building remains in good condition and can continue to be enjoyed by future generations, for many years to come.
Projects such as these, often involve a great deal of stakeholders, including heritage groups, local councils, and the wider community. George Jones understands the importance of communication and transparency when working on conservation and historical projects. We take the time to listen to the needs of all stakeholders and communicates clearly and transparently throughout the project. This helps to ensure that the project is completed to everyone's satisfaction and that the building is preserved in a way that is appreciated by the wider community.
By using traditional building techniques and materials, collaborating closely with heritage architects and conservation specialists, prioritising regular maintenance and upkeep, and communicating clearly and transparently throughout the project, George Jones helps to ensure that these buildings are preserved for future generations. Our commitment to providing quality service to conservation and historical projects has earned them a reputation as a trusted and reliable partner for heritage groups, local councils, and the wider community.