Friendly professional service, with wide ranging skills.
In 2012 our company Property Sales Ltd bought a 160 year old bath stone hotel.The Seymour Hotel, Gloucester, with the intention of converting it into modern apartments. Internally and externally in a very poor state. Over a period 5 months HD Stone Masonry transformed the facade of the building, using a range of skills from removal of the black carbon deposits from the entire frontage, repairing sections of badly weathered cornicing, carvings and working many new sections of stone. All of the stone masonry work was carried out by the same man who proved to be a reliable, hardworking and friendly person to have on site. The building is now finished and is a credit to ourselves and to the local community. We regularly receive compliments from local residents, council members and the building inspector. In short I would highly recommend them for all manner of stone work.
He did a fantastic job, got on well with the team, did the work on time and budget.
We employed Danny Hanby to construct a masonry face to a retaining wall that we were stabilising. This required Danny to work with our ground anchoring team, fitting around their works and being flexible with changes to the design. He did a fantastic job, got on well with the team, did the work on time and budget. Moreover the finished product looked first class. I wouldn‘t hesitate to recommend him or use his services again.
Chris Flewitt - Director Vertical Technology
I will continue to use Dannys‘ skills on all future projects
The work carried out on my property which is a Grade 2 listed Victorian school included replacement of stone and restoration in all of the mullion windows, door surrounds and a wall to a courtyard. It was carried out with impeccable attention to detail and thorough understanding of the architecture involved.
All visitors to my house comment on the work that has transformed the property, I will continue to use Dannys‘ skills on all future projects and have recommended him to the Parish Council for work needed to restore our village War Memorial.
Jayne Millar, Corse, Gloucestershire.