fit a new roof on a 16ft x 9 ft garden shed and two windows plus new door.
Reliable people, always on time. Felt comfortable with them in my home. Good workers and very professional in what they do. Good standard of work and went the extra mile without any fuss. Would have them do work for me in the future. Decent chaps.Graham
Current integral garage needs converting to a useable room with access to main house hallway created. Normal conversion to inc: fitting of double glazed window to front, floor raised, walls and ceiling, electrics and plumbing for one radiator. Access door installed to hallway.
We had a garage conversion carried out by Concept and I can't tell you how impressed I was with this company! (but i'll try!) -
* Detailed Quote was emailed to me the same day as they came down to have a look.
* Quote was professional and itemised
* Helped with Building plans and Building Regs Approval
* Started at short notice
* Worked solidly all day, every day
* Kept to timescales and finished when they said they would
* Itemised weekly invoices
* Let me know each day what they would be doing
* Flexible and carried out a few other jobs whilst they were here
* All completed in 1.5 weeks
* Tidied up every evening and took away all the rubbish
* Above all approachable, friendly and really happy to help.
Really pleased with the quality of the work too. Great builders, will definitely use them again.
WOULD ABSOLUTELY RECOMMEND.
2 ceiling beams have wet rot and need to replaced / new beams spliced alongside. Floor to rooms above cellar is sagging due to insufficient support from beams and very old supporting pillars
Very happy with the work done for me - Gary turned up on time each day, explained clearly what he was going to do and then did it to a very good standard. I would happily work with him again, and would equally happily recommend him to others in the meantime. Ian
Problem with first section of chimney off the wood burner. Chimney sweeper unable to clean chimney due to the wood burner not fitted properly.
Unsold Job, Updated Details : The proposal is for a small lean-to block extension, walls only.The extension floor is in place to dpc. 1) 3.625mts x 2mts with dwarf wall .800mts x 1.00mtr @ 90degrees 2) 1.592mts x 2mts with dwarf wall .800mts x 1.00mtr @ 90degrees The total build will be approx 11sq mts of blockwork. The two walls are tied into the existing house building, the two dwarf walls are to fit the door frame and sit windows above making the end door opening. I would prefer the use of Celcon single 215 blocks with a render finish or tba. The render finish where accessible which will be about 8sq mts of the build, I am happy to also consider a normal cavity wall with insulation and exterior render as above. Access is not great but not too difficult The job can be priced with all materials supplied so fixed price labour only if wanted, or a fixed price job inclusive of all materials. Happy to help or keep out of the way. As flexible as you wish. Original : The proposal is for just a small block extension, walls only.The extension floor is in place to dpc.
1) 3.625mts x 2mts with dwarf wall .800mts x 1.00mtr @ 90degrees
2) 1.592mts x 2mts with dwarf wall .800mts x 1.00mtr @ 90degrees
The total build will be approx 11sq mts of blockwork.
The two walls are tied into the existing building, the two dwarf walls are to fit the door frame and windows above making an end door opening. I would prefer the use of Celcon thin joint 215 blocks with a render finish. Th render finish where accessible which will be about 8sq mts of the build, I will also consider a normal cavity wall with insulation and exterior render as above. Access is not great but not too difficult The job can be priced with all materials supplied so fixed price labour only, or a fixed price job inclusive of all materials.
St Kingsmark, NP16
Wish to extend garage to accommodate a toilet and shower unit. The garage is a flat fibre glass roof at the moment. May consider a tile roof from end of property over the garage area with the extension to house the toilet and shower.
I have a three bedroom semi and would like to convert the garage into living space. it is an integral garage and I would be looking at knocking through from the kitchen. i imagine there would be the need for a steel joist. The garage door would have to go. I would look at installing the kitchen myself.
Updated : Re-categorised as job not a loft conversion in truest sense. Budget open to discussion. Original : We would like to lay some flooring down in our loft for extra storage. Probably looking at about 17.5 metres square around an existing hatch. We would need a loft ladder installed too. Roof space is already insulated - fibreglass rolls over joists and looks fairly new (but not laid by us). Internal walls are solid and ceiling joists appear to be 4 x 2. House is 1940's/50's semi detached.
Llanelly Hill, NP7
1) Build 10-12 meters foundation and cavity wall.
2) Lower kitchen floor section put in damp membrane re lay floor.
enusite in a bedroom 1metre by 1 metre if poss.Reconfigure the main bathroom. Internal stairs from upstairs landing into the attic space.
Few cracks need filling around an outside window, and around the extension -around 4 foot, block needs removing, screw up some pieces of wood. sorry for rarher vague details its for my nan
plan,design and build a ground floor extention
Ty Canol, NP44
Bathroom door to be moved,,also sink,and small step up leading into bathroom,as exiting bathroom dangerous due to stairs