Restoration Farmhouse and Beehive Hut Dingle

Curraully House, Dingle

Restoration of a typical 1920 farmhouse with original beehive hut also restored to the rear of the building.

New roof  with reclaimed Blue Bangor slate

All existing sand & cement was stripped off to expose original stonework, Repointed using NHL 3.5 lime

Beehive hut was stripped back, cleaned out joints and repointed to restore it to its original status.




Thatch Cottage Restored Listowel

Traditional Irish stone & cob thatch cottage.

Complete restoration which includes new extension using traditional methods of stone and cob

Cob bricks made onsite using all natural materials found onsite. New French drain approx. 1meter deep lay geo textile membrane and fill with  drainage stone around perimeter of cottage. Remove existing Thatch, old rafters, and purlins attached.

New thatch fitted, new timber roof structure including limecrete ring beam.

New foam glass insulation, under floor heating with limecrete floor finish. Eco cork insulated lime render on all internal walls, lime plaster on all external walls. Fully restored original sash windows.