Gallery - Reinstatement of railings to listed Georgian town house
The railings to this property match those to the church opposite
We produced railings for our client that matched those to the church opposite in order to ensure a harmonious overall impression. Although apparently simple, they involve some careful detailing such as the riveting of the stanchions to the uprights, the addition of square collars at the base of each rail and the sweep of the hand rail that was curved to match that of the stonework into which it is set. It is the attention we pay to all these small details that ensures an end product of the highest quality in which the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.