Conservation of Historic Buildings and Monuments

Specialists in the Conservation of Stone, Plasters, Leadwork and Decorative Surfaces

NSE Contracts

NSE Contracts has for over ten years restored and preserved some of the most illustrious and historical churches in the country. Professionally qualified in architectural restoration, our reputation in the ecclesiastical and heritage arena is second to none.

Originally a specialist leadwork and roofing contractor, NSE became more heavily involved in all aspects of restoration projects. Naturally most churches require hand crafted, raw materials, selected for their performance, durability and design features, so it became inevitable that over the years NSE Contracts were invited to assist with the complete plethora of restoration and preservation skills in restoring landmark buildings throughout the United Kingdom.

Our specialist skills in craftsmanship and conservation extends to all disciplines, including full stonemasonry and ancient timber work as well as full lead and copper work, all roofing materials and techniques and rainwater goods.  So whether it is restoring or replacing individual pieces or areas of a building, NSE is highly competent in replicating or reinstating all elements to their former glory.

By embracing the latest of innovative of construction methods and in additional to a deep understanding of traditional restoration techniques, NSE are able to provide the optimum and bespoke solution for all projects whatever the individual characteristics may be. It is quite typical for NSE to work from the outset with architects whom may benefit from any specialist advice in respect of materials and load bearings.

Luton Hoo Estate

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Luton Hoo straddles the Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. The unusual name "Hoo" is a Saxon word meaning the spur of a hill, and is more commonly associated with East Anglia. 1st Century Part of the Luton Hoo Estate-notably the mansion house--has ...

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Thomas Cook Building, Prescott
Thomas Cook Building, Prescott

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