Our stonemasonry services are in demand, so we’ve changed our working practices to keep our customers safe, and to comply with the COVID-19 guidelines. Find out more here.
In 2020, we were busier than ever. In 2021, we’re already working on multiple projects. With under-used properties and more people in their homes due to the lockdowns, it seems that building improvement is often front-of-mind.
We follow the government’s COVID-19 guidance, and have altered our processes to ensure the comfort and safety of our customers. For example:
As always, we offer free, no obligation, estimates and advice.
We can, for example, survey a building from a front garden, or other location that won’t breach any social distancing rules.
We can then send our report to you, without face-to-face contact.
Stonemasonry and construction
Much of our preparatory work is completed off-site, where we observe social-distancing. At the workshop where the stone is prepared, we’ve one mason cutting and carving and another mason in a different part of the building preparing templates and working on CAD. The information needed to produce these drawings and templates is obtained by a single mason carrying out a site visit to survey.
When repairing or installing on-site, our teams are small in number – often only one or two masons are required, which makes following the COVID-19 guidelines straightforward.
The photo on this page is of one of our favourite restoration projects from 2020.
We returned the building’s facade to its brickwork and created and installed a new period-correct stone bay window. The property is in Quick Road, Chiswick, W4. Sarah the homeowner gave us a glowing review, that we’ll be adding to our portfolio pages.