We have had the privilege of restoring and repairing many Grade I and II* listed country houses. Our work has included major repairs and conservation of Grade I Jacobean Houses such as Snitterton Hall, originally built in 1631; and 18th century Houses, such as Hassop Hall, a Grade II* listed building formerly the house of the recalcitrant Eyres of Padley.

Detailed archive research has often provided justification for the removal of extraneous [and sometimes illegal] components and reinstatement of the building’s original appearance. Careful repairs allow the taciturn installation environmental services sympathetically into the fabric of the building.