The SD London team repaired the GRP canopies at a gothic-style property in Great Peter Street, Westminster.
The building, now a residential development in London SW1, was originally home to the The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, who occupied the rooms as early as 1907.
The development was designed by Sir William Emerson and has kept its gothic-style appearance despite now being home to 29 residential Maple Springfield apartments.
The SD team have been on site at Great Peter Street to repair a series of GRP canopies that were unfortunately full of holes.
Our cosmetic repairs technician took on 10 canopies (and 20 holes), filled and profiled the filler to match the original gothic canopy then colour matched the paint to match the finish.
Before and after images can be found in the gallery below.