This house, belonging to the Dean of Chester, required some sympathetic refurbishment following many years of neglect.
All of the property belonging to the Cathedral is Grade II listed, so the first stage of the work was a thorough assessment of the work required ensuring all the criteria laid out by the Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas was factored in to the schedule of works.
The Dean had very firm views on the colors he wanted so we advised on a range of period paints that would give the correct finish for the style of house. We repaired covings, architraving and skirting boards, refinished the wooden wardrobe doors and fitted the carpets before a detailed inspection to ensure we had completed the job to the required standard.
Following the successful completion of this initial project, we were asked to become the preferred supplier for all of the Cathedral residential property.