Stone Indenting and Replacement Stone
The degree of stone indenting and/or replacement depends on the residual structural life of each stone. This requires a good understanding of the material as well as a thorough appraisal of the building itself to ensure minimal intervention and compatibility of repair material.
LTM masons have a wealth of experience in replacing and/or indenting failed stonework. The replacement stone is matched to compliment the existing masonry and hand dressed and finished using traditional hand tools and techniques.
Featured Stone Indenting and Replacement Stone Case Studies
Powis Gate Towers - Aberdeen
Powis Gate is a Category B Listed building forming the gatehouse entrance to Powis House (1802). The structure was erected between 1833 and 1834 by John Leslie of Powis and comprises two minarets and centre arch. The distinctive ‘pepper pot’ minarets are a distinctive feature to Old ...
Alexander Scott’s Hospital - Huntly
Alexander Scott’s Hospital is a Category A Listed building located in the centre of Huntly, Aberdeenshire. The original group of hospital buildings was designed by William Smith (Scots baronial, harled; circa 1853) and incorporated by Marshall Mackenzie’s large Scots symmetrical ...
Fearn Abbey - Moray
Fearn Abbey is a Category A Listed building dating from the early 14th century. The Abbey was restored in 1771 and is known as “The Lamp of the North”, occupying the site of one of Scotland’s oldest pre-Reformation church buildings ...