We have worked on some fantastic buildings over the years and been
privileged to be part of saving some important English heritage.
We have skilled craftsmen that can repair or re-new Oak timber framing.
Lime workers to patch or completely render or plaster.
Electricians who understand old buildings and what they can and
Specialist lime brickworks with good bond and brick form knowledge.
Joinery supplied by FSCJ will carry a long guarantee and be exactly
the conservation officer requires on a like for like basis.
Roofing, whether it's pegs or pans, slate or thatch, lead or copper our
skilled team will just get on with it!
Hilton Hall, Hilton
These latest pictures are of Hilton Hall in Cambridgeshire.
A grade 2* Bloomsbury House built in 1616.
We were asked to repair and strengthen the main roof, with a steel
birdcage and renovate a large portion of the main house.
Once this was achieved we then build a 150 sq/m contemporary
extension to the rear from Gault brickwork and western red cedar
cladding. The roofs are pan tiles with the main roof being copper with
active roof glazing.
Other important resent projects
Westwick Hall, Westwick. Grade 2* Georgian manor house
Roofing, refurbishment & conversion of coach house & barns
Audley end, Cambridge
Stable panelling & refurbishment
The Grange, a grade 2 Georgian house in Hilton
Oak windows and floor structure in 12th century barn conversion
The White House,
A grade 2 15th
Oak frame and floor refurbishment