Architectural / Lime / Caribbean
Telling Architectural
Design and supply of advanced façade technologies more
Head Office
Telling Architectural Ltd
7 The Dell
Enterprise Drive
Four Ashes
WV10 7DF
T: 01902 797700
F: 01902 797720
Telling Lime Products
Lime mortars, grouts, screeds and  plasters more
Telling Caribbean
High quality coral block and  coral render more
The Telling Companies
With operations based in the UK, North America and the Caribbean, Telling enjoys an international reputation for architectural façade innovation.

There are three Telling companies each combining rigorous quality control with exceptional in-house design and technical expertise and an innovative approach to product development.

Our teams have experience of working with consultants and design contractors on a vast number of projects. The services they provide range from simple product advice to taking single-source responsibility for an entire scheme.

Telling Architectural design Argeton Terracotta Rainscreen System in the UK, Ireland and United States. We also distribute porcelain rainscreens from Imola and Tempio ceramic facades by Mayor. This style of construction is popular for application over traditional substrates as well as in panelised form, lightweight steel walling (SFS), unitised cladding and on timber for ventilated cavity facades.
Various aluminium support systems are available for ceramic granite, porcelain cladding and glazed clay tile facades in a rainscreen facade format.

Telling Lime distribute the Unilit range of natural hydraulic lime mortars and plasters in the UK/Ireland along with Corical and Coridecor lime putty paints, lime washes and polished plasters. We were the first organisation to introduce Hydraulic Lime fifteen years ago in the UK. For conservation and restoration lime grouts, lime concrete and lime screeds are ideal mortars due to the characteristics of these vapour permeability mortars.

Telling Caribbean, based at the Coral Block Plant in Barbados, manufacture and distribute Coral Render and Coral Block tomarkets in the Carribbean,
Europe and the USA. At an inland quarry the coral stone (limestone) is cut in blocks for new construction and the waste is crushed in to sand to create coral render.
London Façade Design Studio Telling Architectural Ltd  Unit 128