|Approved Installer:||Quadriga Contracts|
Built in 1712, Roehampton House is a Grade 1 listed Palladian mansion set within two acres of landscaped gardens in south west London. A private residence until the First World War, it then became a hospital through until the late 1980's. It has now undergone a multi-award winning restoration and conversion into luxury apartments and houses. Part of this restoration was the need to fully stabilise the Archer Building, the original main building, which had suffered from general movement over the years, accelerated by additional constructions and various structural alterations. This had led to widespread cracking affecting about half of the internal walls. In addition, various window heads and archways needed reinforcing while some unstable rusticated quoins required securing.
All works were overseen by English Heritage, who had approved the concealed non-disruptive Helifix repairs and their sympathetic installation techniques.
Following repointing and replastering there was no visible sign of the non-disruptive Helifix repairs which sympathetically and cost-effectively restored structural integrity to this historically significant building.