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Stevensons of Norwich
Vulcan Road South
Norwich
NR6 6AF
United Kingdom

The Stevensons of Norwich showroom is open
8am-5pm, Monday to Friday
(exc. Bank Holidays)

Lath Restoration

Any restoration work required on a lath and lime plaster wall or ceiling will be done in situ by our team of experienced plasterers, replacing any failing laths, and restoring the surface using traditional lime plaster techniques, providing a natural look to the repaired surface.

Forest Stewardship Council

Forest Stewardship Council®

Sustainable Timber Lathes

Stevensons of Norwich ensure that the timber lathes used in our lath and lime plasterwork installation and restoration projects come from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) accredited UK suppliers.

For over 25 years, the FSC has promoted responsible management of the world's forests, bringing together experts and businesses to ensure that timber is used from sustainable managed sources.

Lath & Lime Plasterwork Projects

Cambridge, UK

Senate House, University of Cambridge

Lime Plaster Ceiling Securing

Whilst contractors were completing maintenance on the roof, Stevensons were invited to carry out repairs on the ornate lime plaster ceiling within Senate House at the University of Cambridge.

Although the survey did not show up any major defects, fixing points were reinforced with stainless steel fixings, and fibrous plaster decorative elements were checked for security. Once the reinforcements were complete, the ceiling was certified as safe for public use.

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Cambridge, UK

Senate House, University of Cambridge

Lime Plaster Ceiling Securing

Whilst contractors were completing maintenance on the roof, Stevensons were invited to carry out repairs on the ornate lime plaster ceiling within Senate House at the University of Cambridge.

Although the survey did not show up any major defects, fixing points were reinforced with stainless steel fixings, and fibrous plaster decorative elements were checked for security. Once the reinforcements were complete, the ceiling was certified as safe for public use.

Oxfordshire, UK

Grade 1 Listed House, Oxfordshire

Traditional Lime Plasterwork Installation

Wishing to avoid the regularity of modern materials and maintain a traditional, softer line and texture to the property, the client requested Stevensons to install both fibrous plaster and traditional lime plaster ceilings and walls throughout this medieval house.

Working to the client’s specifications, Stevensons completed on-site lime plasterwork installations for ceilings and walls, with the stand-out part of the project being the vaulted ceiling in the corridor, surrounded by traditional lime plaster walls. The overall effect gave the property a warmer, and more traditional feel than a modern plasterer could achieve.

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Oxfordshire, UK

Grade 1 Listed House, Oxfordshire

Traditional Lime Plasterwork Installation

Wishing to avoid the regularity of modern materials and maintain a traditional, softer line and texture to the property, the client requested Stevensons to install both fibrous plaster and traditional lime plaster ceilings and walls throughout this medieval house.

Working to the client’s specifications, Stevensons completed on-site lime plasterwork installations for ceilings and walls, with the stand-out part of the project being the vaulted ceiling in the corridor, surrounded by traditional lime plaster walls. The overall effect gave the property a warmer, and more traditional feel than a modern plasterer could achieve.