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Grade II listed timber framed building: Grade II listed timber framed building, 17th C.
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. The damaged, blown lime render has been removed and is going to be prepared, ready to receive three coats of lime plaster.Blackfriers, Grade II listed, timber framed building. Tha area of blown lime plaster has been given three coats of lime plaster

Grade II listed timber framed building.

This listed, timber framed building, in Biddenden, Kent. Dating approx. 1650. Was in need of repairs being carried out, because of damaged, blown plaster, around the fire place. So first of all. I carefully removed the blown lime plaster, and then I prepared the wall, and finally I applied three coats of lime plaster to fireplace, therefore bringing back to it`s former glory. leaving ready for decoration.

Materials supplied by http://www.chalkdownlime.com

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 Blackfriers, Grade II listed, timber framed building in Kent. Dating 1650 approx
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Paul is a qualified plasterer in all aspects of plastering. He has been plastering in Kent for over 30 years. When not working you can find Paul windsurfing, hiking, mountian biking or exploring the countryside.

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