Building Conservation

Building conservation is important to our business. We continually look to improve on our knowledge base by learning as much as possible about traditional techniques. We have close connections with the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum and attend courses regulary to gain this knowledge and experience to make important building repairs and alternations to old or listed buildings.

Weald and Downland Open Air Museum Courses attended;

  • Wattle & Daub – March 2012
  • Limewash, Distemper & Linseed-based paints – May 2011
  • Repair of Timber-Framed Buidings – April 2010
  • As good as new: In-situ repairs to historic timber structures – April 2010
  • Practical Lime Plastering – July 2009
  • Historic Lime plastering and renders – June 2009
  • Lime Mortars for Traditional Brickwork – June 2009
  • Cob Walling – April 2009

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