We are Jigsaw Brickwork, London’s leading experts in property restoration, we specialise in restoring and retaining period features in Victorian, Edwardian, Georgian properties. Our experienced stone masons aim to restore your home how it was originally built.

Jigsaw Brickwork carry out all types of pebble dash removal, render removal, brick paint removal, brick cleaning, brick restoration, brick repairs, stone restoration, exterior painting and all other types of restoration work linked to restoring a period property.

Yes, jigsaw brickwork can remove pebble dash from your house. The pebble dash has to be removed carefully and slowly to make sure the damage to the bricks underneath is kept to a minimum. Once the pebble dash is removed then any damaged bricks can be repaired or replaced with matching bricks.

Yes paint can be removed from the bricks, this all depends on how many layers of paint there is or what kind of paint has been used. Jigsaw brickwork are experts in all types of paint removal and can restore the damaged bricks underneath.

Yes, jigsaw brickwork are lime mortar repointing experts. This means that we only carry out repointing using lime mortar, we do not use any cement in our repointing projects at all.

Yes, jigsaw brickwork can remove all the paint from your stone work, repair any damaged sections and paint again. Jigsaw brickwork specialise in all types of stone restoration and painting.

Yes, jigsaw brickwork strongly encourages that all our clients go and visit the projects that we have completed before, to see the quality of our work and get ideas for your own home. Jigsaw brickwork can supply you details of previous clients for references.

Yes, once you send us an email or call us a member of our team will contact you to arrange a suitable time to come visit you at your home. The surveyor will come round and explain to you the process involved in restoring your home and then a detailed quotation will be sent to you.

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