Lime Mortar

Lime mortar, offered by Roundtower, unites tradition and innovation to serve conservation and new construction needs. Our range encompasses both natural hydraulic and non-hydraulic lime mortars, delivering versatile solutions. Lime mortar is ideal for preserving heritage, replicating historical compositions, and setting even in damp conditions. With lime mortar, durability, flexibility, and sustainability stand as enduring qualities, offering excellence for projects spanning the ages.

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Diverse Lime Mortars for Every Construction Need

Natural Hydraulic Lime (NHL):

For projects requiring both durability and breathability NHL lime mortars are the go-to choice. Ideal for heritage restoration and conservation work, NHL mortars can withstand damp conditions, making them perfect for historical structures that demand authenticity and resilience. Their ability to set underwater or in wet environments makes them invaluable in preserving architectural treasures.

Non-Hydraulic Lime:

Non-hydraulic lime mortars, often referred to as "lime putty," are the eco-conscious builder's dream. Non-hydraulic lime is produced from a pure limestone and the most popular form is lime putty. It can also be made into hot lime mortars.

Whether you're restoring a centuries-old castle or constructing an energy-efficient modern home, our range of lime mortars ensures you have the perfect blend of tradition and innovation to meet your specific construction needs. Explore the versatility of lime mortars with Roundtowers.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Lime Mortar?

Lime mortar is a building material made from lime, sand, and water. It has been used in construction for centuries and is known for its durability and breathability.

What are the different types of Lime Mortar?

There are primarily two types of lime mortar: Natural Hydraulic Lime (NHL) and Non-Hydraulic Lime.. NHL is suitable for projects requiring durability and resistance to damp conditions, such as heritage restoration. Non-hydraulic lime, is made from pure limestone and often comes in the form of lime putty.

When should I use Natural Hydraulic Lime (NHL) Mortar?

NHL mortar is ideal for historic preservation projects and older buildings that require a mortar that can withstand damp conditions and set underwater. It is often used in conservation work to maintain the authenticity of historical structures.

Can Lime Mortar be used for both interior and exterior applications?

Yes, Lime Mortar is suitable for both interior and exterior applications. It offers versatility and durability for various construction needs.