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Bringing an historical building back to life calls for more than just experienced craftsmen, it takes a sympathetic approach. The conservation of listed and character properties requires specific expertise that only comes with experience.
From our carpenters and bricklayers to our plasterers and roofing specialists each member of our conservation team is highly skilled and experienced in traditional building methods.
We were contracted to create a new viewing area for the church. This had to be new and fit for purpose, whilst blending in with its historical new home.
The Hurd Library- Hartlebury Castle- Grade I listed
We were contracted to renovate and repair the original sash windows. As well as carrying out minor repairs and repointing. This project involved the use of traditional putties, lime mortar and carpentry techniques.
Newhouse Farm- Grade II listed
Newhouse farm is a grade II listed farmhouse in Herefordshire. The owner is passionate about restoring this beautiful farmhouse back to its former glory. We have carried out the complete renovation of this building and have used many traditional techniques. ( Lime render, Lime mortor, traditional carpentry...) We have not yet completed the project, but here is a snapshot of some of our work...
The Hereford Crematorium
We were contracted to rebuild some stone and brick piers. When we arrived we were presented with a pallette full of broken pieces of the original piers and no idea how they went together. It was a painstaking process, but we sat with them, like a large puzzle, and put them slowly back together.