The team at Emmerson Critchley Ltd has just completed a new limecrete floor at a charming thatched period property in Cambridgeshire.
This opulent Victorian inspired bathroom is perfectly fitting within its traditional Suffolk country house setting. Its creation has been made possible thanks to a two-storey extension project undertaken by Emmerson Critchley Ltd’s specialist traditional building team.
A once dilapidated barn, formerly on the Buildings at Risk register, is now a stunning three-bedroom dwelling. It offers a quality, modern finish, and showcases the very best traditional building skills from an award-winning traditional building firm.
Come rain, shine or lockdown, the team at our award-winning building firm Emmerson Critchley Ltd continues to work at full capacity. So please feel free to contact us as normal. We are here to support you with your building project. We specialise in traditional building techniques. These are not only for period properties. We also advise on how best to use traditional building methods for modern and new build projects with stunning results. Contact us today for a quote or further advice.
Pargeting is a traditional English craft that is particularly prevalent throughout East Anglia. Sadly, it's perhaps a less common craft than it once was. Pargeting is the provision of decorative designs to a façade using lime plaster and was first introduced by Henry VIII. The brief for the Emmerson Critchley Ltd team in this case was to showcase the story of the property and the results are wonderful.
Another recent project completed by the Emmerson Critchley Ltd team: restoring this lovely timber framed period house. The project included: timber frame repairs, applying lime render, changing the fascias, soffits and guttering and solving a problem with water ingress.
The team at Emmerson Critchley Ltd, which specialises in traditional building techniques and materials, is delighted to have successfully installed a limecrete floor with underfloor heating for this stunning Grade I Listed church. This forms part of a huge renovation project at the historic church.