• Lime mortar pointing
  • Ashlar grout pointing
  • Colour-matched surface stone repairs (using approved lime- based materials)
  • Lime rendering (traditional harling or coloured lime renders)
  • Lime washing and painting
  • Lime rendering over new build materials with cut and pointed joints, to give appearance of stone (see chimney in gallery). This is a very cost effective way of chimney replacement/extensive repair if local planning regulations will allow it
  • Stone replacement
  • Stone restoration i.e. re-forming original detail in eroded stone where possible (see window surrounds in the gallery) and mechanical smoothing of stone
  • Ashlar stone building (chimneys and facades)
  • Rubble stone building (gables, rear elevations and dividing walls)
  • Stone entry steps replaced or repaired
  • Mouldings and carvings replaced or restored
  • Decorative and ornamental carvings
  • Lintel and mullion repair or replacement
  • Chimney Repair, Replacement and Removal.
  • Alterations to existing traditional builds (windows/doorways with consents in place if required)
  • New builds with traditional stone
  • Rubble dividing walls (repaired and built)
  • Stone gateposts (repaired or supplied)
  • Sandstone fireplaces (repaired or built)
  • Decorative internal sandstone walls cleaned and pointed
  • Stone cleaning – The method we use is determined by density and strength of the stone being cleaned, the material to be cleaned off the stone, the working restrictions and client expectation/requirements. Please click on the stone cleaning Link for further details.
  • Superheated Steam Cleaning (Torik)
  • Soda Blasting
  • Fine Grit Blasting
  • Render and Stone Wash
  • Georgian and Victorian Brick Pointing and Cleaning.
  • Architectural Steel Cleaning.
  • Internal Damp Proofing for the Traditional Build.
  • Traditional and Restorative Plasters.
  • Pre-purchase reports and estimates
  • Insurance reports and estimates
  • Written specifications and site meetings for the benefit of obtaining local planning consent.