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Investigative technique Even when relatively non-destructive investigative techniques are used in a building survey, such as high-powered fibre optic borescopes, minimal disturbance is always required (such as drilling a small hole to allow the borescope to be inserted). When dealing with historic buildings, it is always preferable to use investigative techniques that...

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