Limestone Restoration

As Perth’s leading brick repair and mortar experts, we know limestone inside and out. We understand the historical significance of limestone craftsmanship and have the expertise to preserve beautiful masterpieces.

Limestone Restoration

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Limestone restoration is a specialised process that involves cleaning, repairing, repointing, and replacing limestone to restore its original beauty and structural integrity. Over time, limestone can suffer from weathering, staining, and erosion, leading to a worn and damaged appearance. Whether it’s for historic buildings, commercial properties, or residential homes, our expert team is here to help preserve the timeless elegance of your limestone surfaces.

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What is Limestone?

Limestone is a carbonate sedimentary rock that is primarily made up of calcium carbonate such as calcite or aragonite. Limestone can be sourced in Australia and there are many untapped high-quality deposits in many areas. As mentioned, Limestone is a sedimentary rock, this also means that fossils are often encapsulated in them- as such, history!

Limestone Restoration Services

We understand the historical significance of limestone craftsmanship and have the expertise to preserve beautiful masterpieces.

  • Limestone Cleaning: Removing dirt, stains, and biological growths to restore the natural colour and texture of the limestone.
  • Limestone Repair: Fixing cracks, chips, and other damages to ensure the structural integrity of the stone.
  • Repointing: Removing deteriorated mortar from joints and replacing it with fresh mortar that matches the original in colour and texture.
  • Stone Replacement: Replacing damaged or eroded limestone with new stone that matches the existing material.
  • Surface Polishing and Sealing: Polishing the surface to enhance its appearance and applying a sealant to protect against future damage.
  • Protective Treatments: Applying treatments to protect the limestone from weathering, staining, and erosion.

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Client Testimonials

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  • K Ramesh

    Nick, ash and the team were on time and carried out the repair to my limestone wall. Quality and knowledge of their trade far exceeded expectations. Thanks guys

  • Ian Wallace

    Professional quality work, arrived on time and cleaned up afterwards. Replaced a rusted lintel, repaired limestone cracks and fixed multiple cracks in 2 retaining walls in one day. Highly recommend Ashley and the team.

  • Gloria McQuillan

    We are so impressed by this company. They are very professional in all aspects of the work, from being responsive and on time and providing an itemised written quote. Their work on our stone and limestone walls was carried out in consultation as to what I wanted. When they were finished there was no mess, dirt and the walls look brilliant. I highly recommend this company and commend their timely, polite professional work.

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  • What causes limestone degradation?

    Although durable, limestone is still a porous material. Exposure to the atmosphere and weather causes erosion. Rain also affects the mortar and can causes fretting, leading to deterioration and discolouration.

  • Why is limestone used in construction?

    Not only a natural material Limestone is also highly versatile. Limestone can be used for building, rendering/cladding, paving/tiling, and coping. In Western Australia, locally quarried limestone, typically yellow limestone, have been used since the late 19th century (1800s).

    One of the most durable natural building materials, Limestone is weather-resistant, which means that it wears the weather without impacting structural integrity. Versatile and durable, many of the late 19th century and early 20th century structures still exist today. Think about the quintessential and no doubt, iconic, Fremantle area.

  • How do I know if my limestone needs restoration?

    Signs that your limestone may need restoration include visible cracks, chips, discoloration, surface erosion, biological growth, and loose or spalling stones. If you notice any of these signs, it is advisable to have a professional assessment.

  • How can I maintain my limestone surfaces after restoration?

    Maintaining limestone surfaces involves regular cleaning with gentle, pH-neutral cleaners, avoiding harsh chemicals, inspecting for damage, and applying protective sealants as needed. Regular maintenance helps prevent future deterioration.

  • What is repointing, and why is it important for limestone restoration?

    Repointing involves removing and replacing damaged or deteriorated mortar joints between limestone blocks. It is essential for maintaining the structural stability and appearance of the limestone, as well as preventing water infiltration and further damage.