I offer specialist refurbishment of Victorian conservatories and sash/casement windows.
Repairs might include replacing rotten sashes or building an entire new roof, which can include cast iron cresting. This has incorporated fitting modern rubber gaskets to traditional-looking, slender glazing bars. Details such as matching moulding styles would also make up part of a refurbishment.
Lime mortar wall repairs for vernacular architecture is also undertaken, often using flint, carrstone and monastic stone. This goes hand in hand with refurbishing older windows etc.
Other restorations carried out have included:
- An octagonal bell tower
- Lime mortar re-pointing of a church bell tower
- Limewashing church interiors