At Farcroft Restorations Group, we are privileged to be entrusted with the sensitive restoration and conservation of some of the world’s finest buildings. Unfortunately, despite the efforts of dedicated custodians, buildings can lose their spark during years of inhabitancy, or as the result of damage or inoccupancy.
Our skilled teams, each artisans in their particular field, work across the full range of property types, from domestic dwellings to historic halls and houses, and from commercial properties to public buildings, to bring them back to their best.
Through carrying out conservation services, repairing and refurbishing individual areas that have been damaged or destroyed, and managing complete building refurbishments, we seek to retain the character and romance of historic buildings, and restore the beauty and functionality of more modern properties.
The meticulous approach that characterises the Farcroft name ensures each building is treated with the utmost respect and delicacy, while our experienced and knowledgeable teams keep clients closely informed of progress and advise and support them to make critical decisions along the way.
Luxury townhouses / Country estates / Contemporary mansions / Substantial family homes (£1 million+) / Historic houses
We undertake both complete restoration projects and sympathetic conservation of individual areas in residential properties ranging from luxury townhouses and contemporary mansions to historic homes like listed buildings, country estates and castles. All projects are sensitively managed to allow works to be completed with minimum disruptions to residents.
Stately homes / Museums and galleries / Churches and places of worship / Libraries and town halls / Education centres
The beauty of our historic public buildings should be able to be enjoyed by everyone, but unfortunately large numbers of visitors each year can speed up the deterioration of delicate period finishes and building fabric, as well as increase the risk of damage occurring. These large, often grand, buildings need to be continually maintained to ensure their legacy is preserved for future generations to enjoy. Fortunately, our conservation experts are accustomed to managing large scale projects with complex access requirements such as those pertaining to public buildings.
Shopping centres / Hotels / Leisure centres
Historic architecture continues to surround us in the places we work and visit, including in commercial premises like shopping centres as well as in the tourism and leisure industry. We help hotel managers, leisure centre owners and shop proprietors stay ahead of ongoing development legislation without compromising the historical importance and impact of the buildings in their care.