Walling Raising at Cramond Village Raising the Wall in Fletcher Bank Rubble by 700mm to meet health & safety standards to finish with Sheep’s Heid Coping Stones all built in Traditional Lime Mortar
In Progress. So here’s something a little different… Fully Rake Out & Lime Mortar Point the inside of a Cottage, as well as Slapping through three windows to turn into doors.
Current Works in Progress, Surface Repair to a pair of Stone Pillars dressed in a ‘Droved Finish’ by tooling back the eroded stone to a hard surface, applying coats of Lithomex to then float and shape the splash, finished in the Droved finish mimicking the original stone.
On the final hurdle of the new Locharbriggs Red Random Rubble Sandstone Wall in East Calder, standing tall at 1800mm high with the Copes to be added next week giving the final height 1990mm, can’t wait to have it finished and pointed up
Current undertakings in a East Calder, full Rake & Lime Mortar Pointing, replacing twin Brick & Render Chimneys for Stone, Replacing five cornerstone Quoins then lastly Building a New Wall. Should keep us busy for a while
Another piece finished. Hat trick Client in Succoth Gardens, raising a second wall by 20 linear meters in random mixed rubble wall with dots of Locharbriggs red specked throughout, built and pointed in Traditional Lime Mortar.