A scheme to help communities become actively involved in the conservation and interpretation of their local archaeological and cultural heritage sites.
A collection of leaflets on basic building maintenance for Homeowners, produced in partnership with SPAB Ireland.
Good maintenance is important to buildings of all ages and types. Some deterioration of a building over time is inevitable but regular maintenance helps slow the rate and lessens the need for large-scale, costly work further down the line.
These leaflets are produced in partnership with SPAB Ireland in time for #IrishMaintenanceWeek (20-27 November 2020). The aim of this campaign is to encourage people to carry out basic building maintenance to protect their homes over the winter. Each maintenance sheet is complemented by a short explanatory video.
Produced as an action of The Heritage Council's Traditional Building Skills Initiative
Wood and Ironwork
Render and Mortar
Download the booklet with all Leaflets
A full resource webpage on the repair and maintenance of historic buildings has been created by the Heritage Council here.
Almost every local authority has either a Heritage Officer or Architectural Conservation Officer, many have both. They can provide you with very helpful advice on caring for your historic building.
To find your local Architectural Conservation Officer visit: Buildings of Ireland