Rainwater ingress into a Church and subsequent damages are routinely prioritised in Quinquennial reports as requiring action within 12 months. Water damage to masonry, brickwork, plaster and timber can be very costly to rectify, whereas the repair of most leaks and sources of water ingress can be repaired at relatively low cost. Keystone is highly experienced in the locating and identification of damage or faults to leadwork, roofing and rainwater systems. Subsequent remedial action can then be proposed and carried out to solve any issue, halting these progressive damages to the building fabric. It is something we deal with on a weekly basis, and the more indicators you see, the easier it becomes to locate the problem, often before any major damage is done.