Heritage Masonry Scotland Ltd, the ‘one stop shop’ for all your Stonemasonry & Lime mortar repair, conservation and maintenance requirements, whether it is structural work, intricately carved stonework, re-pointing using traditional lime mortars, or roughcasting and lime washing works, Doff stone cleaning, we have all the skills at our fingertips, Covering areas of Edinburgh, Fife, Perth, Scottish Borders.
Heritage Masonry Scotland Ltd is headed up by Manager Andy Innes, time served stonemason, a very ‘hands-on’ boss, ensuring the very highest quality of work is produced at best value for money for his clients.
Andy Innes has been in the stone masonry business for over 25 years both supplying natural stone (Sandstone Products) and working with it on all manner of traditionally built stone buildings including work for Loretto, Northumberland and Duke of Buccleuch Estates as well as for private homeowners in and around Edinburgh, Fife , Perth and the Lothians & Scottish Borders. Andy is a very much preaches the message of ‘lifelong learning’ and regularly attends practical training workshops and continuing professional development courses to increase his and his site operatives knowledge and skills run by the Scottish Lime Centre Trust, widely regarded as the ‘hub’ of building conservation training in Scotland and the rest of the UK.
All Heritage Masonry (Scot) Ltd sites are carefully organised, to comply with the very latest health and safety requirements, a clean and tidy site says a lot about how your job is going to turn out and we aim to please every time.
Working on traditional buildings means using traditional materials, like natural sandstones and building with lime mortars and traditional techniques of working, these are tried and tested methods that our forebears have relied upon for centuries. We aim to carry on these traditions to ensure your project is of the highest quality and we look forward to doing business with you.
If you would you like some help or advice, phone us on 0131 440 4645 or get in touch.