Lime Mortar pointing

Lime mortar pointing and cement repointing in Cambridge and Huntingdon

At Stormguard Building Services, we confidently undertake work on listed buildings, using the appropriate materials for the job. All existing pointing is ground out to 20 mm depth and hoovers are used to keep down dust. So why not choose lime mortar pointing and cement repointing by experts that you can trust? We cover Huntingdon, Cambridge and beyond.

For lime mortar pointing and cement repointing in the Cambridgeshire area, choose the specialists. 

From slaked lime putty to hydraulic 3.5, Stormguard Building Services use the lime that best suits your building.

 Call 01480 831 440 or 01223 658 519, we serve Huntingdon, Cambridge beyond 

Pointing on chimneys or full house repoints

As with most materials, over time mortar will face decay and erosion. Choosing lime mortar repointing by Stormguard Building Services will ensure that your mortar will stand the best chance of lasting for years to come. 

To ensure a consistent finish, we will properly assess the existing materials so that we can either find the same material, or as near as possible. We take extra care to ensure that the mortar will look consistent and blend in with the overall character of the building. 

Listed building work

In our eyes a building gets better with age, it develops a character and charm. That is why it is important to us to go out of our way to ensure that the traditional materials and methods are utilised, to keep the building in its original form. 

If you are looking for experienced and reliable builders, with a wealth of knowledge in the practice, then choose Stormguard Building Services. Get in touch with us today to learn more about our services. 
Our customers say...

Joe and the team are nice people and excellent workers. They were prompt and worked hard and consistently in all weathers. The restoration work they did was professionally carried out and the Kiln stone work is now safe and looks really good. The price for the job was very reasonable.

Mr G Russell, Earith. May 2013
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