We are currently working on the restoration of the Brighton Greek Orthodox Church which was destroyed by fire in 2010. The church was badly damaged in July 2010. In the early afternoon of Sunday 4 July, fire spread from the ground floor through to parts of the roof. There were no casualties and although there was no structural damage, the entire interior was gutted, causing £500,000 worth of damage.
We completed the internal works and are now decorating. The main feature is the ceiling rose which was “spun in situ” meaning we recreated it where it is now, all on site with our bare hands! We also replastered most areas with traditional lath and plaster and then decorated with a lime wash.
We are now working on the outside of this historical building. More information and photographs to follow in another case study.
If you have a restoration project such as the Brighton Greek Orthodox Church or are looking for a professional plastering company and want to discuss a project then please either call us on 01273 686368 or send us an email to find out how we can help you.
“We have used the expertise of Fullers Plastering Ltd for twenty five years on a variety of projects, including churches, listed buildings, new build commercial and residential properties.
The quality of their work has always been excellent and their knowledge of internal and external plastering/rendering works has always been of great value to our company and clients.
In the years we have worked with Fullers, they have never let us down. Their reliability and willingness to help is of great credit to them. Should you require further information on Fullers, please do not hesitate to contact us.”
Michael J Skilton
DAMIC Building Contractors Ltd