Whether you are an architect, surveyor or curator, our range of lime mortars, lime renders, lime plasters and lime grouts will not only help you achieve the effect you are looking for, but also enable you to maintain the nature and integrity of a building.
Our lime products are designed and developed to meet the widest range of applications, both for structural work and final surface finish, inside and out.
And while we are confident that our specialist range of lime products will meet most of your needs quickly and easily, we are also able to develop specific formulations to meet your particular requirements.
If you would like further advice on what products to use, our consultancy service offers expert knowledge on usage and application to ensure you get the results you want.
Our product quality and level of commitment to our clients mean that we have been involved on numerous high profile projects, such as the recent redevelopment of London's King's Cross station, historic St Martin in the Fields - one of England's most famous churches - in Trafalgar Square, castles at Kenilworth, Cardiff and Ludlow, The Skerries Lighthouse, Chester Cathedral, Shrewsbury Town Football Stadium, The Centre For Alternative Technology in Wales, and The British Museum.
If you would like further information about our lime mortar mixes, lime renders, lime plasters and lime grouts and how we can help you get the quality of build you need, just call us on 01952 728611 or email us.
It is a common misconception that lime as a building material is somehow 'out of date', and that modern materials have superseded it.
To complement our range of products for the buiding and construction sector, we offer a high quality consultancy service to help you get the most from our products, together with advice on how best to incorporate them into any existing building
Lime Buying Guide
Make use of our expertise and specify the right products and techniques for your project.
Our range of lime products are ideal for conservation projects both large and small. Naturally flexible, they will accommodate minor building movements without the cracking and weakening that would occur with cement-based mortars.