Insurance Work – Clear Site and Rebuild Garden Wall in Taunton

At Abacus we provide a full brickwork service and have skilled bricklayers who are able to achieve a complete range of styles of bricklaying, from the modern to more traditional.

If necessary, we will source the correct style of brick to match any existing brickwork in your building.

Our work is also English Heritage approved.

Here we have a recent project where we had to clear a fallen garden wall, clear the site and rebuild. There are the ‘before’ pictures – the ‘after’ pictures will follow when we’ve finished the job!

For more information about our expertise in brickwork and stonework, please visit our Brickwork & Rendering website.

Rendering Repair after Damage by Tractor

Rendering is the application of a premixed layer of sand and cement to brick, cement, stone or mud brick. It is often textured, coloured or painted after application. It is generally used on exterior walls but can be used to feature an interior wall.

We can provide a wide range of render finishes (fine or coarse, textured or smooth, natural or coloured, pigmented or painted) to improve the appearance and protection of a wall. The different finishes can be achieved by using different tools such as trowels, sponges, or brushes.

Render can be applied over brickwork to protect it, or over blockwork to improve the appearance.

Recently we were asked to repair the render on the corner of a building that had been damaged by a tractor. Now it’s as good as new!


> Visit our Brickwork and Rendering website for more exmaples of what we can do.

Rebuilding A Stone Garden Wall

Abacus Construction are experienced at building and repairing stone walls and are English Heritage approved for repairing listed buildings.

Our expertise allows us to rebuild and improve old buildings such as barns when converting them into dwellings. We can use traditional methods such as lime mortar.

Here is a recent example of a traditional stone garden wall being rebuilt be our team.

> Visit our Brickwork & Rendering website