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Company Overview

Recclesia is a multi-disciplined historic building conservation contractor and consultancy with recognised in-house expertise in stonemasonry, stained glass, timber conservation and metalwork.

Recclesia specialises in the conservation and repair of historic and listed buildings, churches, ancient sites and ruins. The company works across the UK and internationally on specialist projects with leading conservation architects, conservation organisations, museums and historic building owners.

Products / Services Listing

  • Heritage Consultancy
  • Heritage Contracting
  • Historic Metalwork
  • Stained Glass
  • Stonemasonry
  • Timber Conservation

Products / Services Summary

Timber Conservation
Recclesia’s heritage joinery specialists have provided timber conservation and repair services on projects to listed timber framed buildings, church towers and roof structures, historic panelling, decorative screens and church reordering schemes.

Every member of our Timber Conservation team has both extensive experience and appropriate heritage qualifications allowing them to apply a range of conservation techniques to all manner of historic timber buildings and structures.

Our team is highly experienced in a wide range of conservation techniques and always aims to minimise harmful and intrusive interventions as part of Recclesia’s standard conservation ethos.

Our qualified heritage joinery specialists have provided our timber conservation services on projects to listed timber framed buildings, church towers and roof structures, historic panelling, screens and furniture, and extensive window restoration works. Every project is approached on its own merits working closely with our clients, architects, engineers, and conservation officers, from initial assessment of historic fabric prior to works through to execution of carefully planned conservation work.

The broad experience of our traditionally skilled staff means we believe that we can help to conserve any timber artefact or structure. If you have a project you think we could help you with then please contact us.

Company Contact Details

Units 2 & 3,
St. Ives Way,


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