We recently had the pleasure of working on a beautiful grade 11 listed Georgian stately home, Trusthorpe Hall.
It was imperative the building was made water tight to prevent further deterioration.
Phase 1 of this beautiful project was the reconstruction of the windows.
All the windows had to be replaced using soft boxwood all 28 sashes had to be remade, following the exact detail of the original windows. We were fortunate in being able to use the last few remaining pieces of original cylinder glass and sourcing new/old cylinder glass, all following the detail as set out by the conservationist architect.
The refurbishment of the chimneys is now complete, using locally sourced sandstone, and a lime mortar mix, which has been colour matched to match with the existing on the building. The chimneys are now structurally sound and much more aesthetically pleasing.
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