This stunning quarter oak panelling was hidden beneath years of paint. Part of an on-going redecoration project of a Hampshire
We removed loose coatings, washed and stabilised the walls and ceilings of this 16th century cellar. With the layers of original distemper
Heritage repair and redecoration to this 16th century grade 1 listed cottage in West Meon, Hampshire. Wattle and daub panels and
Church Sanctuary decorations – Inner Stencil work added within gold roping and red detail added over stencilling and gold rope.
Church restoration work in progress. Defective plaster removed and substrate stabilized with a microporous coating.
Front Elevation Crittall windows were removed to have welding repairs and to be sandblasted and primed. Once back in place the windows are
Water damaged Ornate Sanctuary paintwork . Two foot thick walls have taken over two years to dry out from original water ingress.
Floor Renovation. This detailed tile & marble floor had been covered in glue and carpeted. We dry striped, made good and sealed