Reynolds Conservation Ltd is committed to the highest quality of work using the best materials available. We recognize the need to regularly revise our procedures and practices to keep up to date with changing technology and developments in the building conservation field.

We are committed to reducing the impact of our work on the environment. We adopt a responsible policy on the safe disposal of any hazardous waste, the recycling of materials and the reduction of waste.

We have an excellent health and safety record and we recognise that the welfare of our employees and the public is central to the success and reputation of our business.

Committed to safety training of all our employees including asbestos awareness, manual handling and working at height. All of Reynolds Conservation Ltd directors, project managers and site managers are SMSTS trained (Site Management Safety Training Scheme), a qualification recognised by the UK Health & Safety Executive.

Church buildings are of tremendous significance and value, both as places of worship and as places of great beauty and history, with the church often being the oldest building in a village or town. Reynolds Conservation has contributed to the preservation of many churches on numerous restoration schemes, both internally and externally, including re-ordering, extending and even replacing spires. We work with some of the most leading conservation architects in the UK.

We use traditional techniques that have been handed down over centuries, in order to produce a 100% authentic finish.

We are based in Shropshire, which is known as ‘the Gateway to Wales’ and much of the countryside around us has fields with dry stone boundary walls. Many of the residential homes also incorporate dry stone walls into their landscape designs.

Reynolds Conservation specialises in all aspects of stone cleaning, stone restoration and stone repairs.Stone cleaning is a complex process and we utilise state-of-the-art systems and methodologies to ensure the best possible results are achieved.

It is crucial that the correct method of cleaning is used depending on the type of stone, level of deterioration and nature of soiling. Therefore, we carry out initial trials and analysis prior to selecting the best method or combination to be used. These may include multiple nebulous water sprays for limestone facades, hot water vacuum for internal work, Thermatech and Vortech heritage cleaning systems, low pressure steam cleaning and poultice cleaning for delicate crafted areas and where water is not restoration and stone repairs.


Roped access is a quick and safe method to reach the high up areas of historical buildings that are otherwise inaccessible. Easy set up enables a rapid response to emergency building restoration and conservation work. Buildings can also remain open and are not obscured by costly scaffolding. 

All roped access work is carried out using ropes and soft tape slings, eliminating the possibility of any damage to the building’s decorative features. Reynolds conservation qualified staff are time served stonemasons and professional surveyors.

We also provide drone surveys across the UK.

Reynolds Conservation have been entrusted with restoring and renovating some of the area’s oldest and most beautiful Churches. We have also been privileged to have worked at Witley Court. Our Craftsmen are specialists in integrating modern methods into historic buildings and churches so that the finished work reflects the finest efforts of the original craftsmen, while ensuring that all modern building and safety requirements are met.

Often Reynolds Conservation provides the Principal Contracting and masonry service on projects in and around Shropshire with Reynolds Conservation Leadwork for the roofing repair, and Reynolds Conservation for the work on breathable materials and historic surfaces.

A highly-skilled team of experts who work on some of the UK's most important landmarks and historic tourist attractions.

Stone Technical Services Facilities Management division can manage, co-ordinate and complete a range of repair and maintenance projects.

Whether you require specialist cleaning, concrete repairs, emergency make-safe repairs, roofing maintenance, general decorating services, high level window cleaning or a bespoke maintenance project, our highly-accredited experts are on hand to offer help and advice.

Reynolds Conservation has a highly skilled team of joinery and carpentry specialists who have worked on a wide range of timber conservation projects, as well as being capable of producing outstanding new work in historic settings.

The majority of our work is to timber-frame buildings, historic roof structures and ornamental timber work such as rood screens, paneling and pews as part of church reordering works.

Our portfolio of the projects we have completed will give you a good overview of our capabilities. to timber-frame buildings, historic roof structures and ornamental timber work such as panelling & oak work beams.

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