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Category: Traditional Lime Plastering
Baumit DG 27 Primer
25 January 2020 - 13:23, by , in Traditional Lime Plastering, No comments
Baumit DG 27 Premium Primer. The original old lime plastered walls, have been primed with Baumit DG-27 Premium primer, and then skimmed with Lime plaster, in this Elizabethan Cottage, at Otham, Nr. Maidstone, Kent. Work carried out in 2019
Lath and lime plaster. An old window has been filled in with laths, and plastered with lime plaster, and decorated, in a wealden hall house.
6 October 2019 - 18:13, by , in Traditional Lime Plastering, No comments
Lath and lime plaster. The old oak window plasterwork has been repaired, with new laths where needed, and then plastered with three coats of lime plaster, and finally decorated, in a Grade II*. 16th Century. Wealden Hall House. The work was carried out at Smarden Kent in 2018
Lime Rendered Panels Repaired, at this late 16th century cottage. All finished and ready for decoration at Otham, Kent. carried out in 2018.
Lime Rendered Panels Repaired, at this late 16th century timber framed, grade II listed cottage. The old panel was falling out, so it was carefully taken down, new oak laths fixed and two coats of lime render applied, and now all finished and ready for decoration at Otham, Kent. carried out in 2018.
Otham Manor, Kent. Also known as Wardes. A Grade 1 listed property, dating around 1370.
Otham Manor. Kent. Also known as Wardes. A Grade 1 listed property, dating around 1370. This is an important early example of this type of Timber Framed Hall House. The original Lime rendered panels, needed to be repaired, So they were carefully removed, and have been repaired with a lime render with added hair, and markings to match the original panels. Work was carried out in 2019
Lime plaster repairs 2013
19 February 2019 - 19:38, by , in Traditional Lime Plastering, No comments
Lime plaster repairs to wall panels. Plaster panels in a oak timber framed wall, repaired using coats of traditional lime plaster, to this Grade II * listed, 14th Century, late mediaeval timber framed house. Carried out in Appledore, Kent. 2013.
17th Century Brick Inglenook fireplace.
16 December 2018 - 12:29, by , in Traditional Lime Plastering, No comments
17th Century Brick inglenook Fireplace. This Grade 2* property, originally dating back to 1276, needed it`s 17th century brick inglenook fireplace, restored and repointed using tradditional lime mortar, work was carried out in 2014. Appledore. Kent
Blackfriers, Grade II listed, timber framed building. 1650 approx
28 October 2018 - 19:34, by , in Traditional Lime Plastering, No comments
Grade II listed timber framed building This 17th Century timber framed building, in Biddenden, Kent. Dating approx. 1650 , needed repairs carried out on some damaged, blown plaster around the fire place, so the plaster was removed and prepared, then three coats of lime plaster was applied, leaving ready for decoration.
A 1490 Wealden Hall House
4 September 2018 - 15:51, by , in Traditional Lime Plastering, No comments
A 1490 Wealden Hall House. This Grade 2* period property in East Sutton, had lost it`s top lime render coat on an outside panel, due to a poor key, so a deeper key was cut into the surface, and was repaired using traditional lime render
Hemp lime plastering. Hemp lime plaster being applied to existing laths, carried out in 2013
9 August 2018 - 17:35, by , in Traditional Lime Plastering, No comments
Hemp lime plastering. The wall has been insulated with Thermafleece insulation, a breathable sheeps wool insulation, then two coats of hemp lime plaster was applied to existing laths, then it was topcoated with lime top coat, the work was carried out in 2013 at Stonegate, East Sussex.
Brick fireplace plastered in lime plaster
29 July 2018 - 17:07, by , in Traditional Lime Plastering, No comments
Brick fireplace plastered in lime plaster The old brick chimney breast needed repairing, bricks replaced and pointed in, and then coats of lime render with horse hair applied to create angles and shapes, then it was topcoated with a lime plaster, in this period property in Yalding, Kent.