Case Study

Tackling Moisture in a Grade II Listed Cottage

The Old Cottage GII listed
Suffering from moisture and masonry decay, find out how this Grade II listed cottage was restored with traditional materials and methods.
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Reducing Damp in an 18th-Century Cob & Stone Cottage

Front view of Brambly Cottage
One of the oldest cottages in picturesque St Agnes, find out how this cob and stone cottage was skilfully restored with breathable mortars and paint.
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A Refreshed Facade to Suit the Countryside

Rural cottage painted with the Beeckosil system
Find out how this period cottage got a fresh look to compliment its natural rural surroundings using the Beeck Beeckosil System.
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Tackling Moisture with a Fresh Bag Rub Finish

St Austell Bag Rub - After
With this property’s existing cement render trapping damp, find out how a bag rub finish was used to restore it to traditional sympathetic materials.
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Reducing Water Ingress for Trefusis Estate

Front view of the freshly cleaned Trefusis Estate
With water ingress penetrating through the stone, find out how this remarkable estate was carefully cleaned and then treated with Beeck SP Plus.
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Transforming Lametton Mill into a Home

Fresh lime pointing on Lametton Mill
Dating back to the early 1600s, find out how breathable materials were used to help convert this unique building into a home.
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New Plasterwork for a Gothic Revival Mansion

Front entrance of the gothic revival mansion
See the results of a fresh three-coat lime render applied internally to this distinctive gothic revival mansion dating back to 1870.
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Renovating the Historic Place House

Cornerstone Woodlath Render applied on walls near windows
In need of new lath and plasterwork, see the results of the skilful restoration of Place House using Cornerstone Woodlath Render.
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Tackling Damp in an 18th-Century Property

View of Duporth Lodge entrance
With low-level damp and stone masonry beginning to deteriorate, learn more about how this property was repointed with lime mortar.
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Improving Breathability for a Period Townhouse

Property using lime render and Beeck Mineral Paint
With damp issues on the front elevation, find out how this characterful townhouse got a fresh look with breathable mortars and paint.
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Transforming a Georgian Coach House

Lime render on Georgian Coach House
Find out how this unique property used a bag rub finish to safeguard the stone and proudly showcase its charming character.
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Restoring the Historic Qasr Al Hosn

The front view of Qasr Al Hosn and the custom mortar used
With the structural integrity of the building under threat, find out how Cornish Lime’s custom materials helped restore this incredible structure.
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