We have experience in restoring historic buildings
Projects include Grade II listed domestic properties, large-scale heritage projects and places of worship.
Here are a few examples of our work.
We carried out work on the internal walls of a luxury ski chalet near Val d’Isèr. This formed part of a wider fit-out project, working alongside a high end interior design team.
This beautiful property in the historic village of Fairford needed some repair. We worked alongside our client, and the local planning team, to ensure that the project was a success.
This historic church in Lechlade, Gloucestershire was in need of some repair. Restoration was carried out to the lime mortar beneath the church windows and to the stonework in the gable ends.
The lime plaster on this traditional cotswold property needed restoration and repair. The project included the complete removal and renewal of lime render on one flank, and extensive repair on the other surfaces.
The stonework of this historic building in Gloucestershire was in need of repair. Lime repointing was carried out to make the walls good.
This project was a converted schoolhouse chapel in Calne, Wiltshire. The facade of the building was restored using external flat lime render and three coats of lime wash.
Restoration of historic ornamental stone pavilion in Painswick Rococo Garden, including repair stone quoins, lime render and plaster finish.
Work carried out on this beautiful grade II listed building in the heart of Wiltshire. The project was to restore the lounge and hallway.
One of a series of projects for private clients in a village in Hampshire. The work included examples of internal plasterwork, wattle & daub, oak laths and three coat plasterwork.
Traditional renovation of loft room. Applied sheep’s wool insulation between rafters and applied laths to the panels two coats of lime render and finishing plaster.