Taylor's Stone and Brick Services

I am a time served stonemason and have been working within the restoration and conservation business for the last eight years. I am reliable, honest and hardworking and I always strive to give my customers what they expect.

Trades

  1. Stonemasonry
  2. Bricklaying
  3. Repointing

About Taylor's Stone and Brick Services

I have worked on a wide range of projects throughout my time, such as re pointing stone, and brick work in lime mortar, rebuilding basic structures all the way through to working on grade 1 listed buildings where precision stone work was needed. To give an idea of such buildings these include Wollaton Hall, Newstead Abbey, Newport roman arch in Lincoln and numerous churches in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Derbyshire district. I started in the trade eight years ago as an apprentice stone mason with the company Mark Stafford Stone masonry.

Qualifications

- Level 3 NVQ in Heritage Skills Stone Masonry issued June 2012, Fountains Abbey
- Level 2 NVQ in Stonemasonry-Banker Masonry issued July 2009, York College
- Completion of Apprenticeship in Stonemasonry in July 2009, York College
- Heritage gold CSCS card

Latest reviews

  • Stone door lintel repair.

    Tom came out to repair the brickwork above my back door where the sandstone lintel was crumbling away. He did a fabulous job, no fuss just come and did a very good job and thoroughly cleaned up afterwards. Charged what I considered a very fair price for what was involved and he is really nice guy to deal with. I am having him back to do more work on my boundry wall and stone steps. He undoubtedly knows his stuff.

  • Replace lintel above window

    Tom installed a new lintel for us above a window. Really pleased with the work, very good finish and for a fair price.

  • New soil pipe and brickwork repair

    Tom was totally up front throughout our discussions. He did a first rate job and I have no hesitation in recommending to others.

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