Singleton Hall, Fylde
Singleton is a perfect example of a quaint English village with its red telephone box and original fire station still intact and the Hall itself dates back to 1855 when Thomas Miller a wealthy cotton magnate and art collector built it for his family. It remained the Miller family home until 1946 and today it is as impressive as ever with its beautiful architecture and quirky details such as the imposing gargoyles and intricate carved walls that form the hallmarks of this luxury development.
Works carried out:
- Cut-out pointing by hand and fully re-point utilising a Heritage Lime mortar.
- Paint removal utilising the DOFF Super Heated Water System.
- Cleaning of all external brickwork by means of a dilute chemical detergent in conjunction with the DOFF System.
- Stitch and pinning of loose and friable masonry unites.