Restoration and Conservation Products from Cornish Lime

The Cornish Lime Company is proud to be a business founded on quality products and excellent subject knowledge. We endeavour to provide our customers with first rate products, services and information on a wide range of materials.

With over 25 years in the building conservation industry we are suitably qualified in both experience and knowledge to advise and assist our customers in any project they are undertaking.

Technical advice and assistance is available online, by email or by telephone. We undertake site visits and offer regular courses in our bespoke training rooms. We understand that "one size doesn't fit all" and work hard with our customers to provide the solution and correct product for their project.

We supply quality products for all aspects of building conservation. Our lime putty is manufactured on site and matured for at least four months before going through our quality control system to ensure that we supply our customers with only the best product. We use this same matured putty in the manufacture of our ready mixed mortars and ensure that the sands we use in the mixes are washed and well graded.

We supply traditional products for building conservation such as riven and sawn laths, horse and goat hair and a range of pozzolans. We also stock Prompt Natural Cement for quick setting applications even under water. Our retail shop is stocked with appropriate and hard to find traditional tools suited to conservation work and we have a vast range of decoration products appropriate for historic and older buildings.
See our range of Readymixed Coloured Mortars

With a reputable trade background in the care and repair of old buildings and a comprehensive understanding of historic building fabric our knowledge base is practical and one that we strive to develop for the benefit of our customers. You may be interested to read A Stitch in Time published by the IHBC.

The main message that we need to get across is that anything built with lime should be repaired with lime and most importantly that we must all maintain buildings better than we have in the recent past.

Should you require any further information please do not hesitate to Contact Us.

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