Haylock and Pittman undertook this extensive commercial restoration, painting and decorating project at Ludshott manor, a substantial listed country residency near Liphook in Hampshire.
Working with the client and architect, the first stage of this project was the careful removal of existing render which had degraded from the various elevations of the building. Haylock and pittman then carried out specialist lime render repairs to seamlessly match the existing render and prepared it for painting.
The final stage of this project was to apply a KEIM paint system to the new and existing rendered panels to create a natural and long lasting finish. The paint system was chosen due to a number of key attributes. These included; its environmentally friendly properties, breathability and suitability of use on an aging property and its UV resistance properties which maintains richness of colour over time. The long-lasting properties of the KEIM paint system also reduced the ongoing maintenance costs to the property, which was one of the key considerations of this project.