Restoration is a passion for us at creative metal work. Chrissy was delighted to be invited to appear on channels four‘s ”mend it for money “ where she was given the task of restoring a cast iron post box.
Bodmin jail was built in 1779 by prisoners and sits in the heart of Bodmin, during WW1 it the held the Crown Jewels and the doomsday book.
now it is a major tourist attraction that is steeped in history.
we have been working alongside the jail for many years helping to maintain ,repair, and re-create the historic metalwork.
Full restoration of cast iron windows at the listed Brunel quay buildings in Lostwithiel for Wombwell Homes .
This included fabricating and fitting opening window vents ,window stays, and openers all in line with current building regulations .
we also made a range of support brackets in a more traditional style to be more in keeping with the building .
Lemon street is lined with fine listed Georgian buildings leading away from the city centre.
We have worked on a number of these properties ,restoring and painting the handrails, many of which had pieces missing due to corrosion .
We have re-made dog bars, spikes, scrolls,using traditional methods.
these where refitted and leaded in on site as required.
We had the pleasure to fully restore this colebrook dale bench for a private client.
It was completely stripped down to bare metal with new bench straps added.
The wood was in great condition so was able to be reused.
A traditional colour pallet was used for the final finish after consultation with the client.
This K2 phone box had been hit by a car and badly damaged.
It was removed and brought to our workshop to completely stripped prior to restoration.
The main corner post was welded and new panels fabricated.
New glass and signs where installed alongside being painted by hand .
We have been restoring and repairing historic metalwork for over 30 years , so what ever your project get in touch to arrange a free no obligation site visit to discuss your requirements .