The job in Darwen was to fit new stone to match the existing on this listed building. The building was once a bank where the ATM and night safe had been installed through the external wall with the neck of each protruding through the stone. Both the ATM and night safe had been removed which left two redundant apertures to be made good. One of these apertures was on a curved section of the wall and so this required a skillful stonemason to measure both the curvature and the detail of the moulding at the head of the stone.
Ian Lewis proved to be the right man for the job as he carried out the survey and subsequent stonework without any fuss. The attention to detail was excellent and so the finished job left the building looking as it did originally.
Well done Ian.
Homeowner Mark Wozniak
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