We carried out substantial repairs to this characterful, yet decaying listed building.
As well as restoring the decayed timber framing, associated repairs and reconstruction of the brick and lime infill panels were needed. Repairs were also required to the roof tiling, chimneys, guttering and drainage, along with considerable internal upgrading & conservation works.
Our work included discussions with the conservation officer to agree a way of incorporating breathable natural insulation products to help insulate the property.
The client then went on to obtain listed building consent to add a ‘boot room’ extension and vaulted entrance to the side of the property, which we were asked to construct in materials matching the main house.