Violet Cottage

The Dampness ProblemHere is a short overview of the dampness problem and some of the works done on the cottage, as described by the customer’s own words:“The cottage is a worker's semi-detached Lovelace Cottage (so Listed).  Built in 1863 of…

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Paxton Cottage

Paxton cottage, a Grade II listed 17th century timber frame Tudor cottage, is described in The Report of the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments as follows:A 17th century timber frame cottage with whitewashed brick infill; ground floor and gable of…

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Country House

The lower basement and ground floor of this old, listed country house has been under complete refurbishment. The last major renovations have been done in 1970s when an electro-osmosis dehydration system has also been fitted. One of the challenges with this…

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Abbey

The 19th century Abbey also serves as a parish church. The Abbey Church is a grade II* Listed building dating from the mid 1800s. The church is noted for the quality of its sculpture and stained glass. As many old…

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Thatched Cottage

This beautiful old thatched cottage from Hampshire dating back 1528 has been extensively and meticulously refurbished using sympathetic restoration methods.
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Legerwood Church

Legerwood Church

Legerwood Kirk is an ancient and historic Church of Scotland church dating back to year 1127. The building has been suffering from dampness issues for a number of years. Being a Grade A listed building...
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Earlsgate House

Triage Central acquired this 150 years old category-B listed Victorian building in Stirling to become its new headquarters. The 4 storey building was in need for a complete refurbishment...
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