Who we are

A family business, for more than four decades we've dedicated ourselves to the restoration, repair and conservation of our nation's architectural heritage.

About Us - Burleigh Stone

40 years of conservation expertise

Trusted to work on some of the UK’s most prominent historic structures, our time-served craftsmen provide a professional, bespoke service for the restoration and repair of all types of residential, commercial, and ecclesiastical buildings.

From consultation and programming to management and handover, we support property owners, architects, contractors and more, protecting both buildings and monuments from the ravages of time, pollution and vandalism.

As one of Merseyside and the Northwest’s leading conservation specialists, we’re experienced in all aspects of masonry cleaning, restoration, alteration and replacement, with many of our projects being carried out in line with the requirements of English Heritage, CADW and Local Authority Conservation Departments.

Long-time members of the Stone Federation and CHAS SSIP accredited, we’re also working towards the implementation of a best-in-class ISO 9001 Quality Management System.


Have a project you’d like to discuss? Looking to discover more about our services? We’d love to hear from you. To speak to a member of our team, simply get in touch.

Buildings we work on

Places of Worship

Monuments & Memorials

Listed Buildings

Educational Establishments

Museums & Galleries

Residential Buildings

Public Buildings

Commercial Buildings

Why Burleigh Stone?

40 years' experience

We've been preserving, restoring and repairing historically significant structures throughout the North West for more than four decades.

Time-served craftsmen

Seasoned conservation specialists, every one of our team has spent years honing their craft, restoring the architectural history of the nation.

Tried and tested

Trusted to deliver on our promises, we've become the partner of choice for some of the UK's most prominent listed and historic building owners.

A family business

Family owned and managed, over the years we’ve developed a reputation, both for the quality of our work and our exceptional customer service.

I would personally recommend Burleigh Stone, particularly with regards to maintenance & repair works on listed or historical building stock. I have always found Charlie Cave to be helpful, knowledgeable and reliable.

A. Furey, University of Liverpool

Prompt friendly service. Always helpful and willing to carry out extra tasks to keep clients happy whenever possible. Responsive to queries or concerns. I will continue to recommend Burleigh Stone to clients and have never received any negative feedback.

Anthony Grimshaw Associates

I was extremely happy with work carried out on St. Margaret of Antioch. The gentlemen who came to do the work were polite and very helpful. They were punctual and explained exactly what and how they were going to complete the work. It was a pleasure to meet with them. To date we have had no further problems with the roof . We would definitely use your firm and staff in the future and be happy to recommend them to others.

Church Warden, St Margaret of Antioch

Excellent communication with onsite staff, who were helpful throughout the works and respectful to our Chapel. We are happy with the work carried out and the way it was organised.

D. Shallcross, Chowbent Chapel

After about 30 years (we think!) we’ve finally got the damaged sandstone corbels and lower mouldings around the domes replaced, making the roof railings safe again. Big shout out to the amazingly skilled masons from Burleigh Stone – Cheers!

Bidston Observatory, Wirral

Liverpool Medical institution is a Grade II* listed building and, like any building of age, it often presents us with a range of maintenance challenges. Burleigh Stone have helped us to resolve a number of challenges allowing us to preserve the presentation of our unique building. They have a wealth of experience of working on historical buildings, demonstrated by their understanding of construction design and materials, enabling them to provide us with reliable solutions in a cost effective manner.

K. Alsop, Liverpool Medical Institute

Organisations we've helped

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