A very complex job: Randolph Avenue is a listed building in a conservation zone of London’s Maida Vale. The works generally comprised a complete overhaul of all sash windows, repair of cornices, stucco work and redecoration of the front and rear elevations.
The rear did not offer any access, so the rear scaffold had to be built by carrying every pole over the roof. Solar paint was applied to the roof and various joinery repairs were carried out. The job suffered from extremely cold and rainy weather, which extended the total duration by 2 weeks. However, the job was completed successfully.