Listed Building & Historic Property Restoration | Newcastle upon Tyne

Historic property restoration specialists Tyneside & North East England

We provide historic property and listed building restoration services in Newcastle upon Tyne and throughout North East England.

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CITB accredited
City and guilds accredited
Stonehealth Accredited
PASMA accredited
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Historical & Listed Building Restoration

Historical property restoration requires a great deal of knowledge and industry experience, which we have gained over the last 20 years repairing and renovating numerous historical & listed buildings. 

RG Property Restoration Services are are one of few historical restoration companies within the North East who are able to successfully restore historical & listed buildings to a high standard. 

In order to abide by UK legislation and to ensure best results we only apply correct techniques and heritage approved materials when fulfilling listed building restoration projects.

Listed Building Restoration

There are around 400,000 listed buildings within the UK, the majority of which are grade 2 classification, mostly consisting of peoples homes and buildings owned by the general public. Inline with the UK Listed Building Legislation, such properties must be kept in satisfactory condition and will often require repairs or restoration works to do so.

RG Property Restoration Services specialise in external fabric and structural repairs for UK listed buildings. We have over 20 years experience restoring a range of listed buildings including old houses, country & farm houses, bank facades, bridges, schools, and civic buildings to name a few. We are fully qualified and permitted to restore & repair grades 1, 2 and 3 UK Listed Buildings.

Our experience has given us a deep understanding of traditional techniques and materials used, which we replicate using modern heritage approved materials to achieve a lasting finish that matches the original structure.

Listed Building Restoration
Historical Building Restoration

Historical Building Restoration

We have restored and conserved numerous historic buildings over the last 20 years, recently having been commissioned to refurbish and repair the masonry of Newcastle University’s Armstrong building, which is one of the regions most prized Grade 2 Listed historic buildings.

RGPRS have the knowledge and specialist skills required to successfully organise and complete historic building restoration projects from start to finish. Not only do we have the skillset required to restore the property, we also pay great attention to site safety as often there can be people on site when the works are being carried out.

We are fully qualified and permitted to restore & repair grades 1, 2 and 3 UK Listed Historic Buildings.

Church Restoration

RGPRS have experience repairing, restoring and conserving historical stone churches, specialising in restoring stonework and repairing exterior damage. All of our works are inline with UK Listed Building Legislation.

When working on church restoration projects it is very important to use the correct construction and safety methods to ensure that the site, building and structure do not incur further damages when the works are in progress. It is also very important to maintain site safety as there are can often be church staff and members of the public on site when the works are being carried out.

We use conservation and heritage approved materials with recommended restoration techniques when fulfilling church restoration projects. Each project is unique so please get in touch for further information or to arrange a free quote. We are fully qualified and permitted to restore & repair grades 1, 2 and 3 UK Listed churches.

Stone Church Restoration Repair

Why choose RGPRS?

20+ Years

RG Property Restoration Services have over 20 years of experience working as a stonemason within property and building restoration. Within this period we have gained a vast wealth of specialist stonemason knowledge and skills, which allow us to comfortably deal with any stonemasonry and restoration project.

Fully Insured

Have peace of mind knowing that in the unlikely event damage to your property was to occur, RG Property Restoration Services are fully insured to cover such instances. We have never had to use our insurance to date, but it is reassuring to know that it's there if needed.

All Works

All of our work comes with a 1-10 year guarantee depending on the application. In the majority of cases our work will last for many decades, but this can depend on individual circumstances. Please ask us how your guarantee could be affected when getting a quote.

Fully Trained &
Competent Staff

We take great care in fully training our stonemasons to the highest standards in order to deliver the best results for our clients. Our stonemasons hold all necessary accreditations, qualifications, work passes and permits, which allow them to legally work on site within the UK.

Customer Satisfaction

RG Property Restoration Services offer a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee to all of our clients. This ensures that all of our clients will be absolutely satisfied with the work carried out (as per the original agreement) before the job is signed off as complete.

& Reliable

We promise to deliver a most professional and reliable service from start to finish throughout every aspect of your job. To deliver high quality craftsmanship we only use high quality materials. We arrive on the job when we say we will, and our stonemasons work to your agreed deadline.

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Historic Property & Listed Building Restoration FAQ

Yes we are fully qualified and approved to work on all heritage conservation projects and have successfully restored countless Grade 1, 2 & 3 Listed Buildings over the last 20 years. 

Yes we only use heritage approved materials when restoring and repairing historical properties and listed buildings.

Yes, all works are fully covered within our insurance.

Yes all of our work comes with a minimum 5 years guarantee.