Removing, loading and stacking 4 Column style radiators.
It is from this angle, the tatty condition can clearly be seen.
During their restoration process all the old paint is gently stripped away as they soak overnight in our heated caustic tank. The radiators are then washed clean and primed ready to be spray painted by hand.
One of London’s oldest buildings and still one of the most breathtaking.
This incredible vaulted ceiling has looked over 15 royal weddings, the burial of dozens of famous figures, and millions of visitors.
Westminster Abbey’s spectacular gothic nave started construction way back in 1245, under the instruction of Henry III
Westminster Abbey is home to two spectacular rose windows, one above the north transept and one above the south transept. The north rose window was installed in 1722. Both of these windows have survived the bombing of the 2nd World War partly because of being boarded over for protection. Both of these windows feature some extraordinary designs and detailing.
The 16th-century historian John Leland called the Henry VII Lady Chapel ‘the wonder of the world’ and it continues to inspire wonder amongst those who visit it today. It’s a glorious example of late medieval architecture with its spectacular fan-vaulted ceiling.