Would like a quote for fitting ceiling support (beam) in new diner/kitchen. Internal wall removed 5 years ago (not weight bearing) but some cracking has occured upstairs and we have now been advised to have support beam fitted. Job to include making good the ceiling.
They did everything as requested with minimum of fuss and mess. Brian
The job is an attic bedroom which needs the ceiling plasterboarded, as well as some on the walls.
Gavin did a fantastic job on our attic. He is very reliable, incredibly hard working, and has good attention to detail, for a very reasonable price. We would not hesitate to call Gavin again or recommend him for all sorts of building jobs. Many thanks.Catherine
Think the house origionally had a seperating wall between lounge and dining room and would like it to be built back up. Recently moved into house.
I choose Carl because of the attention to detail when he came around to do the quote. He provided me with all the information I required and also some additional information. He always kept me informed of issues and turned up when he was due to carry out the work. The work has been done to a high standard. He gave me his business card and I intend to use him for many other building related work in the future.Lynne
Make single garage longer by 3m with electric roller door
Screed garage floor and apply floor paint. Improve damp-proofing and provide an area of storage space in roof void.
I need a quote for a double storey side extension and a single storey rear extension.
Extension to existing Patio to Rear of property
I have a double garage which is regularly flooding to the left and side as it located at the bottom of a sloping driveway. I would like a QUOTE for the installation of a drainage channel that does not necessarily have to be connected to the drainage network.
have a room under the lounge which needs the floor lowering (believe its concrete) then plaster/ceiling work to make functioning room
Bingley Rural, BD16
A wall has been removed, building control say we need support for the joists, a small section maybe 2/3 m long.
Demolish and remove old conservatory that adjoins dining room at back of house. Replace with new extension approx 3.5m x 3.5m to make one big room together with the existing dining room. One side of extension primarily wall with small windows at top, one sid with low wall and large windows, one side with bi-fold doors. Peaked roof in line with existing roof, possibly with velux window(s). Plaster inside of extension. Prepare floor ready for covering (probably laminate). Fit radiator and electric lights and sockets.
Replace archways to dining room and kitchen with doorways and doors.
Budget approx £20k.
After moving into our home in October 2011 we noticed a crack along a small area of the external wall at the back of the house. The cracks are open to a width of 3 to 4mm.
A structural engineer surveyed the crack over a period of 6 months and concluded that there was no ongoing movement and no requirment for foundation stabilisation. The report stated that the crack was probably just settlement (house built 1930's) but that the cracks had re-opened at some point in the past.
The report recommends that the following action is taken in order to rectify the problem:
6mm x 1000mm stainless steel stitching bars to be inserted in the bedjoints of the stonework surrounding the areas with cracking
I would estimate the area containing the cracks to be 4 to 6 square metres. The maximum height of the crack is about 3 metres from the ground.
I would be looking for a quote to cover this repair
Small stone porch to front of house, side windows and tiled roof, use current front door. Very approximate measurements of 2m by 1.5m. Electric light fitting in ceiling (possibly outdoor too) and internal plastering with tiled floor.