We undertook full repointing and repairs to both the facade and the side elevation of this landmark Georgian building at the top of North Great Georges Street in Dublin City centre. This is one of Dublin’s most well-known Georgian streetscapes, with development beginning c.1770. This project called for a full repoint of the four storey… READ MORE
This Georgian city centre townhouse required removal of inappropriate Portland Cement mortars, followed by targeted biological cleaning supported by general mild steam cleaning using the DOFF system to remove soiling. The facade was entirely repointed in lime mortar, finished with pennystruck pointing.
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… READ MORE
History of the Abbey: The ruined remains of the friary church of Saint Mary D’Urso, founded as a hospital for the poor and the sick c.1206, is one of the most well-known medieval archaeological monuments in Drogheda. The hospital was built outside the west gate of the fortified town of Drogheda, but was absorbed by… READ MORE