We provide the complete solution for all your Building Restoration and Conservation needs. We provide competitive, quality products and services nationwide, supplying all corners of the market from homeowners and tradesmen, to architects and surveyors, to builders merchants and other lime companies. Cornish Lime is also a founding member of the Ionic Group, consisting of three strong independent specialist building suppliers working collaboratively to offer competitive pricing and exceptional technical support for our customers around the country.
As well as serving as the regional distributor for St. Astier Natural Hydraulic Limes and national distributor for Prompt Natural Cement and Beeck Mineral Paints, Cornish Lime manufacture an extensive range of Lime products including Lime Putty, ready-mixed non-hydraulic mortars and lime washes, as well as our newly launched range of Cornerstone Drymix Mortars tailored for a wide range of applications, Cornish Lime also stock an extensive range of stock and blended sands and decorative aggregates and chippings from across the country, with over 1,000 tonnes available for immediate delivery.
With a reputable trade background in the care and repair of old buildings, qualified in-house staff including a builder, industrial chemist and surveyor, and comprehensive understanding of historic building fabrics, our point of difference is our depth of expertise in building conservation work. Cornish Lime is proud to offer first rate assistance in selecting suitable materials and supporting those products with in-depth technical information, advice and consultancy.
While we won’t claim that Lime solves all issues when it comes to the care and repair of older buildings, we still passionately believe that it is indisputably the best material available to manage the whole phenomenon of moisture in solid wall construction, for the appropriate care and repair of our built heritage.
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