We have successfully carried out major construction, maintenance and re-roofs, restoration and repair projects on many Churches.
We have successfully completed work on both Schools and Churches, including St. Paul’s, Skelmersdale, Cross Church, Appleton Thorn, Christchurch, Croft, St. Paul’s, Southport, St. Wilfrid’s in Grappenhall, United Reformed Church, Heswall, Gt Budworth Primary School, Northwich, Del la salle High School, Newton le Willows, St Chads High School , Runcorn, Pinehurst Primary School, Liverpool.
Some of our specialist work can be seen on Westminster Chambers in Liverpool City Centre. Among our skills are in on-site lead fabrication, and ornate lead welding.
The company has earned national and regional recognition for recent projects to restore Grade Two listed buildings. For the imaginative conversion of an 18th century barn complex in Sutton Weaver into eight luxury houses, EBL won the coveted "Builder of the Year" award from Vale Royal Council. EBL’s Project director, Bob Wilson, was also "Highly Commended" in the Construction Manager of the Year Awards, organised by the Chartered Institute of Builders. Our staff care about each church restoration or repair project, and go the extra mile to ensure a really excellent outcome. We want the building to be restored to its original glory.
EBL's record of Church Restoration and Repair speaks for itself. EBL has recently restored one of Haltons oldest buildings. This historic 17th century timber-framed cottage stands proudly in Main Street, Halton Village EBL has also carried out the total restoration and refurbishment of the exceptional Christleton Hall near Chester. This truly beautiful building was built in 1603, by a member of the Egertons, the Cheshire aristocrats who had their main family seat at Tatton Park. There task was to restore it without damage to its character, but in a way that would minimize future maintenance work.
We have the specialist skills needed, together with the act of balancing stringent controls and regulations laid down by English Heritage for a Listed Building, and the equally gruelling - and often conflicting - fire, sound and safety regulations.