Specialist Services
Traditional Stone Masonry
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Stone Restoration Services Ltd
Unit 12 Communal Site
Anchor Lane
Abbess Roding

Tel: 01279 876994
Fax: 01279 876995
Email: info@srslimited.co.uk

Registered office:
15 Whitehall
Registered in England No.3507284

Stone Restoration have some of the finest Craftsmen in the trade – good masonry has a definite relation to good architecture and we ensure that we work closely with our clients and architects.

We have a selection of Craftsmen in each section including Banker Masons, Stone cutters, Machinists, Fixers, Wallers, Setter outs and Draughtsmen.

All our Masonry is designed and produced in house and is prepared for fixings etc. Our on site fixers however are fully qualified for dressing in any stone on site requiring adaptation.

" We have an ongoing commitment to the Masonry industry... to ensure the future of stone and masonry skills continue "

We have an ongoing commitment to the Masonry industry and represent the committees for training with Construction Skills, the Stone Federation, the Stone Industry Training Group and the Worshipful Company of Masons to ensure that the future of stone and masonry skills continue.

We have detailed experience in all stones - BSI standards / testing results and quarrying regions to ensure the stone selected is suitable for your project.

Weathered stone from our Grafton Street project

To the left you will see how the team at Stone Restoration can transform your buildings and architecture matching old for new. This project at Grafton Street highlights how our skilled masons can enhance the look of your building and restore. Click on the image so that you can see just how badly damaged the stone can become.

New stone ready to replace the old at Grafton Street

We can literally providing a renaissance to stone that has become eroded, scarred and damaged by polluted inner city air, the atmosphere and weathered over the course of time. Click on the image to the left to see the newly crafted stone to replace the existing part of the architecture featured in the previous image.