"The ancient houses included an internal structure often made with beams and resulting wooden floor. The weather and even the infiltration of condensation and rain could have undermined the original solidity of these elements: in these cases a careful and complete renovation work allows to return to the materials their natural structural strength.
To carry out these works it is essential to ask for a professional consultation, which is based on the evaluation of the structure of beams and the state of health of the wood. The evaluation can lead to a request for surface restoration or the need to change the existing beams with different elements.
Antica Edilizia by Thomas De Vecchi is specialized in the recovery of ancient building materials: in our warehouses located in the province of Treviso are preserved over 8,000 antique recovery beams in various essences, shapes and sizes, reaching up to 15 meters in length. Recovered beams come mainly from northern Italy and have been processed, fed and restored to become the structural basis of the homes that require it.
The use of recovery beams is possible only after careful conservative restoration work. It is a precise work, aimed at bringing to light the ancient splendor of the elements, which are offered in all their rediscovered splendor to improve residential spaces, accommodation facilities and professional environments."