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Here we will list previous contracts we have completed that may be of interest. These will give you information on the materials and types of work we use on a daily basis.

The "Red Mount
(King's Lynn)

Restoration of this historic building situated in the "Walks" King's Lynn. As part of the complete refurbishment of the Walks, the Red Mount was given attention to its interior and exterior. Lathing and a Lime based plaster (with the addition of animal hair) were used to keep with the traditional style of the building and to maintain regulations related to a heritage building such as this.

"Customs House"
(King's Lynn)

Another famous landmark from King's Lynn. This builiding sits on the Quay, overlooking the River Ouse. The contract mostly covered re-lathing and plastering the ceilings through-out the building, making sure that all materials used conformed with the existing materials once used in the construction of the Customs House.  

The "Hulk Inn"
(King's Lynn) 

Formerly know as the "Hulk Inn", but now more widely known as the "Friends Meeting House". Work here consisted of external lime rendering. Using a system to create a pattern traditionally used in buildings of this age. This "Ashlar" detailing runs the length of the building and gives an amazing finish to the exterior.

"Thornham Village Hall"
"East Anglia Hotel"
(King's Lynn)

Located just across from the King's Lynn train station. A coloured through render was used with carefully set out batons  to give the Ashlar effect that is visible in the above picture. Bands of render that stand proud from the rest were created using plastic beading to create the frame. 


A Lottery Funded project, that gave the residents of Thornham Village a spectacular new hall. Running through the main hall is a large Suspended, metal frame ceiling, totalling over 200m. On the floor a Flow-screed was used to allow the floor to be layed in a single day. While the walls are all finished with regular multi-finish plaster.


Professionals in all aspects of plastering.

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