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Premixed Putty Mortars Comparison

Our ready mixed lime products are available in a range of colours and can be used for lime pointing, rendering, plastering or building.

We can manufacture to your specific requirements choosing from our vast range of coloured sands which is then mixed with mature lime putty. Alternatively we hold stocks of our most popular lime mortars and plasters for your convenience.

We recognise that when restoring and repairing older buildings it is important to be able to match to the colour of your existing mortar so we have developed our range of sands and offer a huge selection for you to choose from.

Traditional lime mortars were made from lime and sand and the required colour achieved by the addition of additives such as brick or coal dust. The colour of the mortar would vary from region to region depending on the geological area with the majority of lime mortars being mixed from whatever aggregate and sand was available locally.

Visit the Ready Mixed Mortars shop page to purchase stock items in 25kg or 1 Tonne bags.  As non stock mortars are blended to suit, the pricing varies depending on quantity. Please call us on 01208 79779 for pricing on any of the mortars below or for custom mortars.

2 thoughts on “Premixed Putty Mortars Comparison”

  • Mark emmons

    Good morning, I am doing a stone restoration in Birmingham on a grade 1 listed building. I need either a putty or mortar to fill in the pit holes and chips. There is a difference in colours around the house. I have used the traditional lime, yellow sand and white cement, but I can not constantly get the right mixture. I can send pictures if you think you might be able to help me.
    Regards mark Emmons.

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    • Adam Brown

      Hi Mark

      It is always difficult to match from photos as there are too many variables that affect the colour, such as picture and screen resolution. If you have a mortar sample of what you are looking to match against, we can match to the sample if that helps?

      Kind Regards

      Adam Brown.

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