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Browse our varied publications, ranging from visitor guides and coffee table books to conservation guidance leaflets and academic reference reports.
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An account of the benefits of lime finishes on traditional buildings.
A guide to control measures for burrowing animals around archaeological sites and monuments.
A statement on understanding bracken and its interaction with archaeological monuments and sites.
Advice on treating graffiti on historic surfaces.
A guide to aggregates for use in mortars to match those used in historic buildings in Scotland.
A guide to repair and details of newer technologies regarding masonry clad steel-framed buildings.
A look at Scottish slate, and quarries where reopening could be investigated.
Information on investigating and recording historic monuments.
A study of environment friendly methods for treatment of dry rot.
A review of soiling and decay and the suitability of a range of repair methods.
An account of techniques for the care and repair of plasterwork from the first part of the 1600s.
Practical advice on archaeological issues when developing a site in a historic town or city.