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Carnforth - 2017

This home was in need of a fresh coat of Lime Wash.

You can see how the old Lime Wash had weathered away.

Middleton in Teesdale - 2017

An extensive project involving various internal lime renovations. Rob was able to be flexible for this client as he was renovating this property in stages as funds allowed. The client understood the needs of Lime and the benefits. Many voids were filled and 3 coat plaster work was applied. New doors and new frames were fitted and we even had to strengthen the ceiling to allow for new ceilings. Tony Atkinson, our reliable joiner fitted the doors. Finished early 2017, we are proud to say we work with the client every step of the way!

Bishop Auckland - House Renovation

Stair Wall.

3 Coat Lime Plaster - Smooth finish. Work is still on-going as per client request. A project close to to the customers heart.


We were asked to complete 3 coat lime plaster to this home in Crawleyside to the kitchen and bedrooms, a good job done, pleased with the finish. 


Scotland - 2016 -Another straw-bale house, a week away from home saw Rob working long ours to complete this project on time.

The beautiful surroundings of Strontian, was a delight to work in. Robert, our client was hospitable, providing cosy lodgings and good food. In return Rob used his expertise to complete this straw bale house to the clients specification and timings and on budget!

St Michael's Church in Shap was badly in need of re-pointing. Rob Williams Lime Plastering provided on-site training for the contractors over a period of several weeks. Hard cement pointing had to removed from the 50 foot high tower with hand tools back to sound material. In some cases we had to rake out 5 inches of decayed lime mortar and gradually pack out with suitable pieces of stone galletts. Once thoroughly cleaned and wetted it was flush pointed in Hydraulic lime. The work was carried out for the Parochial Church Council under the direction of Elaine Rigby Architects, Appleby, with funding from English Heritage.

Slyne, 2014

Summer 2011.......Straw Bale House......Brilliant!

Dacre - 2011

Blencow - 2006