Historic Building and Monument Care Historic Building and Monument Care


New stonework

Newly worked masonry�fixed to match
adjacent stonework
A limestone head being carved for
a church

Traditional masonry replacement is treated as part of the conservation process. Only stonework that is structurally unsound is replaced and a qualified engineering approach is implemented. This is based on a sound familiarity of masonry profiles and a knowledge of historic constructional methods. An appreciation of geology underwrites an awareness of the need for compatibility in materials.

Stonemasonry skills offered:


Fine stone carving worked freehand from original works, copy drawing specification or new designs can be faithfully provided. New commissions may be the result of dialogue with the client.

Our stone carvers offer:

Written reports and proposals can be provided before work commences, together with a comprehensive specification. All tradespersons are time-served and possess a high level of craft proficiency.

All our personnel are fully trained and apply an awareness of conservation ethical thinking to the work as well as being fully conversant with health and safety requirements.

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