Work completed on the interior walls of this luxury ski chalet in Val d’Isèr. To find out more, and to see more images, please visit our ski chalet case study page.
We had previously completed work for our clients and were invited to return to carry out a new project for them. We applied two coats of lime, a rough cast render and limewash finish. We are really happy with the result, as were our clients.
We have completed work on the restoration of a traditional farmhouse in the historic Cotswold town of Cranham, Gloucestershire.
Our brief was to implement a tanking system, specified by the main contractor, to prevent damp from coming through the walls.
The tanking system included a membrane which was then coated in a plastering product called Limelite.
We were all really happy with the results and look forward to using the product again for any damp-critical restoration projects.
We are very pleased with the outcome of the restoration of this lime chimney in Chipping Sodbury. The existing render had failed so we used two coats of lime render with a roughcast finish and three coats of lime wash to make the chimney good.
We have successfully completed the restoration of internal walls in this beautiful heritage building near Tetbury in Gloucestershire.
We took on the project after the existing plasterer had left. We made good the internal lime plasterwork using using JBLime High Impact Finishing Plaster.
We are delighted to have completed this restoration project on a historic farmhouse in Gloucestershire. The project involved extensive repointing with lime mortar.
Here you can see some of the lime mortar repairs that we have been carrying out on a church in Lechlade, Gloucestershire.
For more images of the completed project please visit the church project page.