As part of the recovery and enhancement of the property, we proceeded to the general clearing of vegetation in the batters of the monument. A chemical disinfection applied by air spraying followed.
For the enhancement of the foundations of the Tower, blocks of grout, compatible with granite structures, were applied, and empty void spaces were filled by sliding granite pieces, with a texture and grain identical to the ones already existing, into the gaps of the vertical batters, inside and outside the foundations of the Tower.
There was the temporary replacement of the closing stones of the spans, with welding of the adjacent masonry through traditional mortar or grout compatible with granite structures.
The joints of the freestanding walls of the Tower, in the visible façades, were treated with the removal of deteriorated or inappropriate mortar and later resealed with mortar of gravel, lime, sand and stone dust. Later on, all the batters were washed with water and brush, without chemical additives.
For the wooden structure, eight pieces of Nordic pine laminated wood, a pavement, three intermediate and one that shapes the louver and the cover of the battlement. Inside the louver three more structures were placed to create the stair landings.
The beams of the stairs were manufactured in Nordic pine laminated wood, on which the support pads of the stairs were applied, with pieces of wood similar to the beams.
The flooring of the battlement, applied over the structure of the louver, is made of wooden floors, consisting of 4 cm thick pine pieces, with male and female to ensure greater sturdiness.
The parts that compose the blankets and mirrors of the stairs are made of four cm thick larch wood, secured to the laminated parquet with carpenter's glue and hidden stainless steel nails.
The wooden structure that forms the louver received an exterior coating with a 2 cm thick plywood panel. Inside, 8 cm thick rock wool was applied and fixed to the beams and panels.
For the span of the main entrance, a door with two butting frames operating in pivot, an entrance platform, a new doorstep and a curtain for sealing the interior of the span.
The entrance door was manufactured in solid wood with a metal structure casing in each panel that serves as rim and frame, in which the boxes of the pivots were fixed, which, in the upper part, work inside the existing stone hinges.