Restoring Listed Buildings
Edwardian Repairs in West Midlands, Shropshire and Cheshire
David Rudge Associates are a skilled team of listed building repairs and restoration experts working throughout Shropshire, Derbyshire, Cheshire, Staffordshire and the West Midlands.
We carry out a range of alterations specific to the time period using original materials or materials which compliment the original building.
If you need help and advice restoring listed buildings, call our historical building expert today.
- Structural Reports
- General Electrical Work
- Damp Management
- General Plumbing
- Alterations in Period Buildings
- Listed Building Repairs
The style of building known as Medieval includes the Gothic, Pre- and Romanesque periods of architecture. Medieval Architecture includes military and civic buildings, churches and castles.
The period buildings that are described as Georgian were built through the reign of the four Hanoverian monarchs named George. This period covers architecture produced between 1720 and 1820.
Victorian architecture is any building that was constructed throughout the reign of Queen Victoria which span the years between 1837 and 1901. The late Victorian period includes influences from the Middle East and Asia.
Architecture built between 1901 and 1914 describes the period of the reign of King Edward VII. Edwardian architecture offers a less ornate design than the Victorian period using lighter colours and less decorative patterns.
Historic Building Repairs in Staffordshire
David Rudge Associates offer practical and long-lasting solutions for historic building restorations throughout Cheshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, and the West Midlands. We ensure that whether you own a Medieval, Georgian, Victorian or Edwardian building, our knowledgeable team will carry out in-depth research to ensure that any restoration work or alterations will improve the original building and not damage it.
To find out more information about our listed building restoration work, please call us today on 01889 504219 or forward your enquiry using our contact form.