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C16 House In Horsmonden
This house was first visited during in the late 2005. The west front jetty beam was found to be defective.  
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Front west jetty repaired
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North wall rotten frame
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North wall rotten frame removed
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North wall repaired 2014
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North wall repaired 2014
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East wall exposed ready for repair
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East wall repair almost complete 2014

At first it was thought that the whole jetty beam would need total replacement, however further investigation indicated that only the exterior was rotten.

The rotten timber was removed and a new 22 foot piece of oak was pegged to the remaining beam to form a minimalist repair.

In early 2014 during redecoration the west part of the end of the north elevation was found to have major defects. Rotten timber was replaced in sections leaving sound timber where possible.

Further investigations revealed further defects to the south end of the east elevation which were also repaired.

 
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