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Building Restoration

GJ Williams Limited is able to provide a full restoration service. We endeavour to restore each property to its former glory whilst complying with Building and Conservation Regulations.

We have had the chance to work on many exciting projects and have been fortunate to have been shortlisted for awards by the RICS 2015. These include the conversion of the Georgian Stables at Hellens Manor, Herefordshire and the full restoration of Burton Watermill in Warwickshire and Riverine works to include; two weirs, two bridges and several garden structures at Stoneleigh Abbey.

New external door to medieval building made from Welsh Oak with real handmade wrought
iron nails and ironwork.

Farmhouse full restoration. Removal of 1980’s cement render. Clean, re-point and build new chimneys as existing.

Oak panelling wall around chancel as part of the full restoration of St Denis’ Chapel, Herefordshire.

Restoration Services – Stone Masonry

We are happy to carry out the restoration/conservation of all forms of stonework, whether within listed or non listed structures of any size from small inglenook cottages to large manor houses to statues and monuments.

Church buttress repairs at St Denis’ Chapel.

Restoration of fireplace in Medieval hall.
Scrolled brackets and mantle have been re-made and fitted.

Window restoration at St Denis’ Chapel.

Restoration Services – Carpentry and Joinery

We are happy to undertake any form of restoration/conservation to carpentry and joinery elements of period buildings
whether Listed or not using traditional methods as well as original repair methods. This could be deteriorated joinery that needs bringing back to full restoration or simple structural carpentry repairs.

Picture showing new oak panelling with secret door at Hampton Court.