Plaster Restoration

What we do

Plaster restoration and conservation experts – we restore, conserve and recreate your historic plaster, using our expertise in Fibrous, Lime and Lath and Plaster techniques. Our skills range from decorative plaster work including: model and mould making, ceiling roses, cornices, detailed ceiling and wall features to larger objects or panel creation in Jesmonite and Portland Stone.

How we do it

Working with heritage experts, private individuals, consultants, architects, interior designers and project managers – we carry out plaster restoration to your building ensuriformer glory. We offer a complimentary survey, assessing your building to determine what restoration is needed. We then compile a report, provide you a quotation and offer relevant advice. We repair damaged plasterwork on site where appropriate and any missing or damaged sections are replicated in our workshops, or you can utilize our wide range of moulds.

How we work and where

Our works include plaster restoration at The Wallace Collection, National Museums Greenwich and many listed buildings such as Houses of Parliament. We are plaster restoration experts – with over 25 years’ experience in the arts, government, private, commercial and heritage buildings. We produce exceptional work and service across small as well as large projects.

Please contact us to discuss your requirements and how we can assist.

Technique Talk

Typical plaster restoration scenarios

Whether damaged by water, fire, rot, or neglect, we can repair and restore your building’s plasterwork.

What are the methods?

Restoration projects often require fibrous plastering, lime plastering or lath and plaster work.

Plaster restoration tips and advice

Our news page offers helpful advice on planning your plaster restoration project. These include how to measure a cornice (a good understanding of this is needed in order to price accordingly) and what to consider before starting a lime plastering project.