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Adare Manor is a Tudor Revival country house begun in 1832, with a wealth of stone detail including oriel and mullioned windows, door surrounds, decorative chimneys, frieze, carved sculptural work, and stone polychromy. Our work includes facade cleaning, stone repairs and repointing.

All cleaning is targeted, using biological cleaning, steam cleaning and specialist chemical cleaning where appropriate. Stone repairs are executed using salvaged limestone from Adare Manor estate, and new limestone finished to match the existing stone. We undertake careful recording to inform taking down and rebuilding vulnerable elements such as the stone chimneys and castellations. Our pieced-in stone repairs reinstate lost detail such as decorative hood mouldings as well as delicate repairs to damaged sections of mouldings and other architectural stonework.