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Heritage Repairs Using the Cold Metalock Process

As a custodian of our rich architectural heritage, do you face the challenge of preserving old structures and monuments made from cast iron? At the Metalock Engineering Group, we’ve earned a reputation for our special understanding of heritage building and structure repairs. When a piece of history needs maintenance, you can count on our experience and specialist skills.

Heritage Building Repairs
Hapenny bridge Hapenny bridge

Heritage Building Structure Repairs and Preservation

We’ve built our reputation on a complete service for cold mechanical repairs to cast iron, cast steel and aluminium – as well as many other specialist engineering services.

Find out how our experience with Heritage Building and Structure Repairs can help save you time and money.

Repairing Cast Iron Heritage Structures

Customers with needs like yours already rely on Metalock technology that was initially developed to revitalise invaluable (and often irreplaceable) industrial machinery. Now, the Metalock process is an invaluable tool for repairing and restoring cast iron heritage structures and components including these:

  • Columns
  • Balustrades
  • Pilasters
  • Main Beams
  • Copings
  • Architectural Sections
  • Fixing Locations

Architectural Heritage Needing Repair

Darlington Market

We’ve repaired some of Britain’s most treasured architectural features and structures – some so special and sensitive that we’re not allowed to name them! From a 50-year-old postbox to London’s Albert Memorial or cast iron columns in Darlington’s historic covered market, we’re often the first call when the UK’s architectural heritage needs repairs.

Darlington Market Photo Source

Protecting Architectural Treasures

When centuries of craftsmanship and care have gone into classic structures or monuments, why take chances with their future? As well as saving time and money, our solution-focused approach, 24/7 responsiveness and massive experience gives you priceless peace of mind and helps maintain our rich architectural heritage for future generations.