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Welcome to the WGL Stoneclean Website. The site covers our two main customer groups: Individual Homeowners seeking to significantly improve the appearance and structure of their properties and our professional customers comprising Architects, Principal Contractors and Planners and Conservation Officers from the Public Sector. There are two pages covering these customers requirements. Additionally there is a page describing our Cleaning and Restoration Methods and several pages showing some the projects we have completed for various customers since 2005. Our main contact details are given above.

History

WGL Stoneclean was founded by Terry Coleman in 1972 under the name Wessgold. It has traded under this name until the early nineties when the name was shortened to WGL Ltd. Over the last thirty years it has established itself as one of the leading stone cleaning companies in the North of England. The company was acquired in 2004 by Bernard Coleman (no relation!) and a minority shareholder with the overall objective of growing the company and introducing the newer technologies that are required in today’s marketplace.

Please see below for our quotation conditions, if you have any questions in regards to these please do not hesitate to ask us.

ISO 9001 – We are pleased to announce that we are now WGL Stoneclean Ltd, please see our certificate in the news section.

CINTEC – We are now approved installers for CINTEC Anchor systems. For more information on the system please contact us or click on the following link: www.cintec.com/reinforcement-anchoring/the-system

Electronic Repair Mortar Matching – ERM – With the help of Leeds University and the Department of Polymer and Colour Chemistry we have developed a device that allows us to use “point” the machine at masonry and the software will give us the recipe of pigments we should use to colour match – Please see ERM document in the header above for more information.

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