Rendering Projects

Replacement of external render to a 19th century cottage Northend, Goxhill

The existing render was removed by only using hand tools to minimise the amount of damage to the soft brick substrate.

The rendering was replaced using a St.Astiers... read more

External Lime Rendering - A 100 year old property gets a make over. Goxhill, Lincolnshire

Due to the age of the property and the soft brick construction, it was agreed that a lime based render would be the best option.

An external through... read more

Exterior Rendering to Public Conveniences - Boating Lake Cleethorpes Make over of the public conveniences - P.G. Ingoldby & Sons Ltd.

The original building was red brick, this was retained and it under went a refurbishment. We were involved... read more

External Rendering to Colton Primary School Extension Marshalls of Leeds

We were instructed by Marshalls of Leeds, to carry out the external rendering to a new extension to a primary school.

The colour was chosen by the architect as it is... read more

ProRend Through Coloured Render Kings Road, Cleethorpes - Barfords

The property is situated on the seafront in Cleethorpes, having partial mock tudor gables, as can be seen in one of the pictures on the adjacent property; the owner wished to... read more

Part of the Bourne Leisure Group


We at A.R.H. Tucker & Sons (Cleethorpes) Ltd are proud to have been part of the returning team that has helped further develop and enhance Thorpe Park in Cleethorpes, facilities over a number of years....
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Sand & Lime Restoration work Bridge Street, Horncastle

Refurbishment of 2 adjoining buildings on Bridge Street, Horncastle.

The work involved the full refurbishment of the inside, which included the use of a lime based render system... read more

Commercial Exterior Rendering Sobroan Barracks,  Blenheim Square, Lincoln 

The project involved plastering, screeding and outside rendering to 44 properties, ranging from flats, link houses and coach houses.   The outside render used was K-Rend... read more