Cornice Cleaning

Cornice Cleaning

Conrice Restoration Grade 2 Listed

Tredegar Square 1860 – This is a Grade 2 listed property and over the last ten years we have worked many times for this client cleaning and restoring the plaster work throughout the property. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

Cornice restoration London

Reighton Road Hackney E5 cira 1880 Here you can see our expertise in restoring a section of damaged cornice. Firstly we take a mould of the original cornice, we then hand make a complete section using traditional methods. In the pictures below you can see the images from each stage of the repair. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

Art gallery 3 Hanover Square

  I have worked with Jason on a number of projects over the years and he has always risen to the occasion, non more so than our latest collaboration at Hanover Square, replacement and restoration of the old Citi Bank building to an art gallery, Jason and his team managed a tight schedule around other contractors to revive the former crumbling entrance to its former glory and in addition casting

Wellington Square Chelsea

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Arundel Gardens Notting Hill

This is a contract we undertook at Arundel Gardens at Notting Hill they are aged circa 1860.  Great care was taken to remove the old paint using our steam method.  ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

Canonbury

Canonbury. Northchurch Road. Built in 1846. At this property in Northchurch road, there was only one remaining original ceiling rose in the house. We were asked to restore this ceiling rose.  First we removed all of the detail mouldings from the ceiling so we could work on them back in the work shop.   Once we had removed the paint there was a lot damage to the stem of the

Cricklewood Lane

Crickewood. Cricklewood Lane. Built in 1890. Date the restoration work was carried out – 26th November 2017. In the first three photos, you can still see the steam from the cleaning of the ceiling rose, the final photo is the ceiling rose repaint by our self’s, using our spray paint method. ” template=”default” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

Westbourne Terrace Paddington

Westbourne Terrace. Bayswater. London. Built in 1854. This restoration work to the original entrance Hallway was carried out 29th November 2017. The Entrance cornice had very bad water damage, so we was appointed to under take the restoration of the cornice, in the photos the cornice has been stripped, also we had to remake some of the detail mouldings for the repairs on the cornice. ” template=”default” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included”