by Faith in Maintenance Project Team
'The Good Maintenance Guide’, written by the Faith in Maintenance project team, is a practical and easy to use source of advice and guidance containing a wealth of advice about the day to day care of historic places of worship. The guide is aimed at volunteers who care for historic places of worship but its message that we should aim to ‘stave off decay by daily care’ is applicable to all historic structures.
1. Researching your place of worship
2. Traditional materials & construction techniques
What is maintenance?
Why do buildings decay?
Why is maintenance important?
When should we think about maintenance?
What should we look for?
6 .Managing maintenance
Historical environment legislation
Working with your professionals and contactors
Health & Safety
7. Finding funding
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