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In 2016 Abingdon Court, situated amongst the historic buildings of Abingdon Villas in London underwent a major external refurbishment. The building had suffered greatly from years of weathering, predominately solution that was evident from the black carbon staining found during the initial survey. The building had also suffered from various cementitious repairs, not only on the brickwork but on the window surrounds also.
Williams Restoration undertook the restoration of the Abingdon Villa’s facades. This included the use of a ThermaTech modular cleaning system. A system created with the environment in mind. Energy efficiency, water consumption and its low emissions makes it one of the leading resources for a environmentally friendly company to have. Once complete we progressed to removing the cementitious mortar from the brickwork and stonework and replacing this with a sympathetic Lime mortar. This was used alongside locally sourced materials to achieve a mortar that matched the original. Williams Restoration also undertook the restoration of the original render. This included repairing the original where possible and the removal of perished areas, replacing with a locally sourced, Lime based render.
Project location: Kensington, London