Browse projects by type
- Bandstands & Canopies
- Cast Iron
- Finials and features
- Listed Structures
- Memorials & monuments
- Rainwater Goods
- Roof lights
- Wrought Iron
A selection of our recent conservation and new-build projects
Cast iron window frames of a cottage property replicated for repairs and a new matching extension.
The frame of this new bandstand has been fabricated and installed at Bentley Park, Doncaster, as part of an HLF-funded park restoration.
New window frames to encapsulate replica leaded lights by double glazed units.
Old steel repairs to the monument’s iron door had become seriously corroded. Previous unsympathetic repairs to the cast iron grilles had also caused problems.
Wrought iron gates at Antony House, a National Trust property in Cornwall, were showing signs of serious corrosion in joints and at low level.
A new portico has been added to this listed building as part of an HLF Parks for People scheme.
The original stair handrail at the stables was straightened. Paint was removed by using a needle gun and the whole handrail was repainted.
Chorlton Lodge is being restored as part of an HLF-funded park scheme. A finial which has been missing from the lodge has been replicated by us in copper.
Patination on this bronze plaque had been abraded accidentally during cleaning operations.