Lime Rendered Panels Repaired.
At this late, 16th century, grade II listed, timber framed cottage, with exposed framing, and plaster infilling to the first floor. Some of it dating around 1580. Was in need of some repairs. The problem here was the old damaged panel, was falling out, because the laths had woodworm, and the panels were no longer attached to the studwork. Also, after exposing the area, we found the sole plate, needed some oak repairs carried out to it also.
So first of all, I carefully removed the blown render, and fixed new oak laths , and then finally, I could apply two coats of lime render, so now it is all finished and back to it`s former glory, and ready for decoration at Otham, Nr. Maidstone, Kent. Carried out in 2018.
Materials supply from. http://www.chalkdownlime.com
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