Exterior moulding run in-situ

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sygooner

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Hi all. Thought you might like to see a few pics of a job I've just finished to help pass the time in these dark days
 

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MakeItSmooth

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I've never done any exterior work like that - what kind of stone was it? Bath stone?

I'm curious - how do you ensure a reliable longterm bond between the existing and new material?

I regularly see Edwardian houses with stonework in need of repair, around their bay windows, and it's quite common to see existing repairs falling away.


Lovely job, by the way. Congrats.
 

sygooner

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I've never done any exterior work like that - what kind of stone was it? Bath stone?

I'm curious - how do you ensure a reliable longterm bond between the existing and new material?

I regularly see Edwardian houses with stonework in need of repair, around their bay windows, and it's quite common to see existing repairs falling away.


Lovely job, by the way. Congrats.
Hi I thought it was stone when I priced it from the ground but when the scaffold was up and i got a closer look it turned out to be some sort of fired brick/corbel
 
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