The facade showed multiple fractures along the join to the bay and main building, to the bay stonework and sub-cills. Multiple layers of paint had been applied over the years, most likely due to many pointless attempts to cover and disguise the structural issues.
Scope of Work
- Removal of the multiple layers of paint covering from all of the brickwork, stonework, and sub-cills.
- Multiple helibar repairs approx. 45 l/m – strengthening the existing fracture points and also to tie in the very badly bonded brickwork to the join of the main building and the two-storey bay.
Complete rake out and repoint in lime putty mortar
350 brick repairs
- A huge amount of stone restoration repairs to the entire facade, including a complete cut back and stone restoration to the and ground floor bay sub-cills.
Ground floor plinth works – removal and reinstatement using lime mortar, including new period-style air vents