The work was well co-ordinated and managed efficiently. The quality of the work was excellent as was the communication. I would thoroughly recommend them and would definitely use them again. Thanks to all for such a good job.Gillian
We have planning permission to create 3 additional rooms in our cellar. 1 * Bedroom, 1* Lounge and 1 * Bathroom.
The guys from RH Construction were fantastic from initial consultation and quote through to completion. The standard of the work completed was beyond our expectations. Our Cellar looks fantastic. If you are looking for reliable quality construction professionals then look no further. craig
Unsold Job, Updated Details : Could you please provide a quote for both a loft conversion and an extension? The property is a trace house. We checked and we don’t think we need a planning permission for the type and size of the development. Please contact me for any other details. Original : Hi,
Could you please provide us with appropriate builders details for both loft conversion and extension?
Timing: Within 2 weeks
Two-storey extension to small 1965 semi.
Upstairs double bedroom with en-suite
need a log burner fitting with flue liner, everything bought just need the fitting bit
Leak noticed on hallway roof underneath en suite bathroom however, leak / damage has persisted without use of bathroom facilities.
Bathroom moving upstairs, kitchen, old bathroom and coal shed knocking into one large kitchen and upstairs toilet made into bathroom (taking some of 2nd bedroom)
extension to the side of property
Knock down a partition wall, in stall steal beam to create opening, remove kitchen, create opening for a 4 glass patio door, plaster to finish
removing an internal wall, altering and finishing plastering
2 storey side and rear extension To form a sun room, kitchen, utility, bedrooms, ensuite and study. Plans drawn up and planning permission approved.
We currently have a water leak in our kitchen which has left a significant water stain both on the roof of our kitchen and the walls (it is actually getting in above the window frame so could be in the wall cavity and it appears to be getting worse in this weather. We are not sure how the water is getting in and would like some advice and a quotation on how we correct the problem before re-decorating internally.