Stonecraft Restoration were contracted to do some extensive conservation works to the main entrance, rebuild a random stone wall and apply a lime render finish. We also supplied and fitted two new hand tooled limestone piers, and did some sensitive works to the main building.
Cloontykilla Castle in Co. Roscommon, was designed by John Nash of Buckingham Palace domain in the Gothic revival mode in 1839.
All towers were rebuilt & lime pointed.
All new stone battlements to parapet walls, heads and a full sensitive doff clean.
Built in 1860, Bridge House was originally a town hall and society house before being sold to the Provincial Bank in 1870 where it served as a bank until the 1980s. Stonecraft Restoration doff cleaned and fully re-pointed the front facade. Stone restoration repairs, with hand-tooled sandstone, have been carried out to bring it back to its former glory.
Conservation works to Bellcoate.
The church was constructed in C.1734 in
memory of Dr. Marmaduke Coghill
who died in 1738.
Lime re-pointing and restoration repairs,
We also carried out repairs to the
We applied a Lime Render Dash finish and Lime pointing to all brickwork on the exterior of the Building. Restoration works to cornice were also carried out.
Located in Loughton, Co. Offaly, we did extensive stone pointing to the chimneys of this historic house, built in 1777 for a Major Thomas Pepper, on the site of an earlier 17th-century house.
One of Ireland’s most visited archaeological sites. A collection of medieval ecclesiastical buildings which are undergoing major conservation works. Stonecraft Restoration was integral in carrying out replacement stonework and repairing the arch of the south door.
Extensive restoration works included carefully deconstructing and then rebuilding the stone wall parapet and steps, rebuilt to perfectly match the original detail and style as well as repointing every wall of the manor with traditional lime mortar. Cracked and deteriorated details in carvings and mullions were repaired with matching stone, extracted from local quarries.
St. George's HaLL Liverpool
Extensive restoration works were carried out to this Grade I listed building. Stonecraft Restoration were responsible for the full repoint to the 19th century stone façade as well as stonework repairs. Complete thermatech steam cleaning was also carried out, reviving the natural beauty of the building.
Piece Hall Halifax
Extensive works were undertaken to sensitively and expertly conserve the Grade I listed building. Part of a £19m restoration and transformation project, Stonecraft Restoration undertook works to conserve the masonry and replace sections where needed on the iconic spire.
Part new build and renovation of existing, the upgraded golf clubhouse has been constructed, sympathetically blending traditional features with modern architecture. As part of their works, Stonecraft Restoration rebuilt and repointed the existing chimney. They also carried out stone cladding and pointing to the new build extension.
English Heritage undertook major renovation of this medieval castle built in 1060. Stonecraft Restoration worked with English Heritage to carefully repair and restore areas of the castle. Replacement stones were indented and positioned with extensive sensitive repointing carried out.
Taking pride in preserving our history