Large Bay window on a small house.

I seem to be the go-to man in Southwest London for bay windows. Don’t get me wrong: I’m not complaining. Bay windows encompass all aspects of masonry – measuring, setting out, template making, banker-work, carving and fixing. I really enjoy them, and having a low-boredom threshold they don’t take forever either ūüėČ I’ve done 2 […]

Posted in September 2016

Why you should only ever choose stonemasons to fix stone

The worst building work I’ve ever seen Disclaimer: please note that the following is a cautionary tale. I¬†worked the stone¬†but the owner insisted on it being fixed (installed) by builders he was using. They turned out to be complete cowboys, and not even very good ones. A few months ago I was asked to supply […]

Posted in May 2016

2016 Update 2: Green Men, bay windows, and some letter carving!

Green Man If you’ve read my blog or seen my work before you’ll know how much I love the Green Man concept. And I have completed another one, based on the architectural drawings of Augustus Charles Pugin¬†of a church in France. To be honest I’d started it a while ago and it had been hanging […]

Posted in January 2016

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Geraint is a fantastic craftsman, as well as being a real gent and¬†true to his word. We were delighted with the work he did for us –¬†and would recommend him to anyone.
Matthew Littleford