Main Street Cambusbarron - Stirling

This building is a two storey detached house located on Cambusbarron’s Main Street. It dates from the early 19th century and forms a striking feature to the Cambusbarron Conservation Area. The project was grant-aided by the Stirling City Heritage Trust, who commented:

“We are delighted to have worked with the owners and contractors on this project which has seen one of Cambusbarron’s local landmarks conserved for the future. Its repair has greatly contributed to the quality and character of the area.”

Scope of Work

Before works.

Pictured: Before works.

LTM were contracted by the owners as principal contractors to undertake the restoration works. The primary aim of the project was to remove the inappropriate finishes and replace with more (technically, aesthetically and historically) appropriate lime harling and limewash to match the original finishes. Works also included stone repairs and replacement, especially for the reinstatement of the upper front façade.

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Challenges and Considerations

After works

Pictured: After works

The restoration of the front façade involved the careful removal of masonry paint to reveal the underlying masonry. This allowed a thorough masonry inspection to identify the scale of masonry repairs required to bring the building back to its former glory.

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After works completed.


Main Street Cambusbarron - Stirling

Area of Expertise

Townhouses and Terraces

Craft Skills & Solutions

  • Lime Harling
  • Lime Pointing
  • Replace Indent Stone

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