Reviews of Builders in Leytonstone, Waltham Forest
8 April 2013
Some of the brick need repolnting from back and side of the property.
I posted an add Martin from M&K roofing has contacted me and came to give me a quote on the same day for the job., He then contacted me if I wanted it done which I have agreed for him to get it done. He also advise me what need to do on the roof he took some picture and shown it to me I am please and I fullly recomended martin from MK roofing. C Salamutsalamut
Knocking external kitchen wall down to make a bigger kitchen. The extension has already been built. Just a few adjustments need to be made.
A kitchen extension that should have taken approximately one month, took about 3 months to be completed. Half way through the project he started to demand advance payments for work to be done, so that he could pay his workers, I'm sorry is that my problem?? He went missing on a number of occasions which meant building work was put to a halt. In addition to this, he started demanding money for extra work which we had not agreed on. All in all, would not recommend, very unprofessional!!Zahra
Install and fit a combi boiler in the kitchen AND install ventilation in the kitchen (fan/hood?). 2nd fllor flat, Leytonstone.
Also need two electrical switches replaced in the hall.
Excellent job! Nothing was too much trouble. Arrived on time and explained all options. Worked solidly throughout and cleaned up after. Would definitely reccommend - in fact I'm wanting to book this tradesperson again!Jason
I would like someone to demolish and remove what was the outside toilet. The toilet itself has already been removed and sealed over so it is just the shell. One complicating factor is that the structure appears to be built in to the corner of the house, so once demolished the corner of the house may need rebuilding.
Overall, very happy with the work. Shawn gave us a reasonable quote and completed the job quickly, efficiently and to a good standard. We have already asked him to do some more jobs for us including demolishing and rebuilding a brick wall, laying some paving and rendering another wall. All of which has been done to a similar standard.Darren
A small brick extention about 8ft high 3ft in depth with a back door and small window
From the Quote stage through to completion Affordable Building Company have been a pleasure to work with. so good in fact we decided to expand the job and have some extra work done having finally managed to find a reputable tradesman. I would recomend Affordable Building Company to anyone and am very pleased with the finished jobUriel
Previous building jobs in Leytonstone, Waltham Forest
Brickwork in bay window to be mechanically fixed back to external walls by means of galvanised metal straps.
We require a full dormer loft conversion, side/rare extension on the kitchen. New bathrooms, and potentially cosmetics to the property. First priority is the loft...
Timing: I am flexible on start date
we are Building a Gym and need partitions, changing rooms, showers and a front desk installed
Timing: I am flexible on start date
Converting an existing conservatory into a room
Underpinning a corner of a old rear extension so its ready to extend further
Remove and replace rotten wooden staircase leading to basement (approximately 4ft). Affix a handrail, possibly replace some loose bricks. Please text me your quote (as opposed to ringing) as I have hearing difficulties. Thanks.
Edwardian house in London E11 needs water leak investigating. First stage is to remove a box covering a conduit on the landing to try to trace the leak, as advised by plumber. This is small-scale job aiming to inform where the leak is.
Kitchen extension, knocking through existing conservatory area
You did some work on a friend's roof and I would like you to have a look at a leak
We have an end-of-terrace house on a corner plot in Leytonstone. It was built in 1905, although the current conservatory was probably built in the late 1970s or early '80s, and is about to fall down.
The conservatory is about 5m by 2.2m and we are looking to extend the existing conservatory space into the the garden a little to widen the internal space and make this space into an extension rather than a conversatory, which is a little too warm in the summer and expensive to heat in the winter. It is also too dark in the evenings.
We are also looking to renew our kitchen at the same time, which is a similar length and width, with a small utility room to the side, and goes directly into the conservatory, effectively forming a T shape.
We have had a number of quotes already from conservatory and kitchen companies, but have decided we would rather work with one builder who can design, project manage, install and guarentee everything. The design part is quite important, because we have a manhole cover which we think we will need to remove and redirect waste (there is a down pipe from the two bathrooms upstairs which pass through the conservatory past the kitchen and utility room), we would like a disused chimney breast removed to effectively widen the kitchen space (and advice about how this might be effectively done), we would like folding doors leading into the garden, preferably across the width the extension, and we want heating put in that is economical for both money and space.
We do not believe that we need planning permission, but we would take your advice. We have some rough drawings, but nothing professional.
We are looking to undertake this work next spring.