Take a step-by-step look at Arnold House repairs

Jan 7, 2014

Harling, a version of a traditional lime stucco, was first applied to the exterior of the stone chimney in the late 1990s in keeping with the traditions of similarly constructed buildings in the United Kingdom. In this photo gallery, compare the 1990s application of the traditional lime stucco with our recent work to repair and renew that render.

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View a gallery of the repairs