The historic listed ruins of a former farm estate property, dating back to the 19th Century, required sympathetic repair whilst ensuring minimal disruption to the already fragile structure.
These partially collapsed rubble stone walls had suffered from years of weathering and deterioration but were now to be incorporated into the annexe of a modern farm conversion.
Flexible HeliBars were used to stabilise the ruins as they offered the ideal solution due to the irregularities in the direction of the mortar beds. HeliBars were also suitable for reinforcing the chimney breasts and fireplaces which were important features to be retained from the previous split-level property the ruins once were. Once the concealed installation was complete, the ruins were fully stabilised and reinforced.
The original materials were retained, structural integrity restored and the ancient walls could now be incorporated into the new annexe.