Project: Remodelling and renovation of a listed house involving new plumbing and heating system, insulated limecrete flooring, haired lime replastering, external decoration and refurbishment of sash windows
Bakers completed phase one of remodeling and refurbishment works to this early 16th century Grade II Listed house, whilst the family remained living in the property.
Works included internal remodeling, extensive new electrical and mechanical installation, joinery, ceiling and wall repairs, new cornices, decorating and some external works.
The ground floor was replaced with an insulated limecrete floor and finished with limestone flagstones. New timber paneling was fitted to some areas all fireplaces and surrounds were refurbished. Repointing was carried out to the inner fireplaces and a timber fireplaces with marble slips were installed to some fireplaces.
Most walls were replastered with haired lime and quirked beaded corners installed. Redecoration was carried out throughout the property.
All plumbing and heating system was installed with new period radiators throughout the property. Period sanitary ware was installed to three bathrooms. A completely new electrical system was installed.
Bakers’ in-house joinery workshop manufactured a number of bespoke fitted furnishings for the kitchen and some replica intenal doors to match the existing.
Externally, Kien render and paint (breathable mineral based render and paint) was applied and all timber box frame sash windows were refurbished.