We waited a week after laying the base screed to apply a natural, pigmented lime finish floor by hand. Lime can be unpredictable by nature and can be affected by ambient temperatures and weather conditions.. in this case, the workforce were back on site at 1am to ensure the perfect finish!
This is one of our longer term projects The client is keen to restore this property to its former glory. These pictures are just the start. First we have to carefully remove the old rotten timbers and walls. Ready for the next phase. In this case we are working on a Grade 2 Listed Farmhouse […]
Grade 2 Listed Farmhouse St Buryan. The original floors had serious damp problems throughout. So we decided to think outside the box on this one. Conventional concrete floors do not perform well in traditional buildings, due to the fact that the building is constructed with breathable materials eg granite and lime. So we decided to lay […]
We carry out a number of different projects throughout the year and just love the variety. No two properties are the same and each have their own technical requirements. But our team thrive on coming up with solutions to problems. Our brief on this project is to restore a Grade 2 listed farmhouse to its former […]