These images were taken around 18 months apart and show the transformation of a dilapidated former coach house in the Wirral.
We undertook the full restoration of this 1830s sandstone and brick built building and saved the derelict building from collapse.
Using traditional methods and hot lime mortar we disassembled and rebuilt the overgrown structure and incorporated many elements of the original design.
The transformation was massive, vegetation had grown through ought the buildings structure and much of the building was unsafe and required careful reconstruction
Due to conservation restraints and to preserve the historical importance of the building all of the original materials were reused in the construction and rebuilding.
This included the replacement and repointing of all the original brick and stone work, roof slates and original timber details