Stone Restoration, Repointing, Traditional Brick Repair, and Historical Brick Repair from JDM Restorations based in Liverpool, Merseyside.

Welcome to JDM Restoration! We are a leading provider of stonework, brickwork, and repointing services for historical and listed buildings in Liverpool, Merseyside.

As restoration and repointing experts, we understand the complex processes needed to repair, maintain, and restore historical brickwork, stonework, and pointing. Our team of bricklayers and stonemasons have the experience and expertise to deliver the highest renovation standards for projects small and large.

We are proud to help restore and preserve the countless listed and historical buildings that showcase the incredible cultural heritage of Liverpool, Merseyside!



We offer premium-quality repointing services for both historical and modern buildings.

We use the latest repointing techniques to repair damage pointing from historical buildings, including Grade I and Grade II listed buildings.

Historical Brick Repair

Our historical brick repair services address common causes of brick deterioration in historical buildings.

We use our experience to identify the best brick repair solutions for historical buildings.

Traditional Brickwork Restoration & Repairs

We provide bespoke traditional brickwork restoration and repair services throughout Liverpool.

Our processes help repair and restore failing traditional brickwork in both residential and commercial buildings.

Stone Restoration

Our stone restoration services a suitable for both traditional and modern stonemasonry.

We offer a full range of stone restoration services, including natural stone repairs, stone ident restoration, stone renovation, and more.

Natural Stone Walling

Looking to build a natural stone wall on your property? Does your natural stone wall need repairing?

Then our natural stone walling solutions have you covered!

Rope Access

JDM Restoration offers cost-effective rope access solutions for all types of building repair and renovation projects.

All rope access IRATA Level 1- Level 3 compliant, ensuring the highest standards of safety.

When is repointing listed buildings necessary?

According to SPAB, repointing is necessary:

  • When mortar has been weathered to a depth equal to joint width
  • When mortar is extremely loose
  • When mortar softens beyond a professionally determined limit

Does repointing listed buildings need consent?

According to Historic England:

  • Consent for repointing is required for listed buildings and scheduled monuments
  • This consent is required before any work is undertaken
  • Buildings in conservation areas may need consent, depending on local planning controls