AJ Callow Contracts

Primary trade Builder
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AJ Callow Contracts

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About AJ Callow Contracts

A J Callow contracts provide the complete building and refurbishment service throughout the south west. A reliable and friendly service that will professionally undertake your project at affordable costs. We have 2m public liability ,and waste carry cert

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AJ Callow Contracts rated for Bathroom fitter in Yeovil

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76 total ratings 0 last 30 days 0 last 6 months 3 last 12 months

04 Oct 2020

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Very friendly and professional and a good price

, BA21

03 Sep 2020

Bricklayer

The only thing was he didn't clear up as well as I expected, but otherwise everything else was excellent. I would recommend Adrian to anybody knowing that they would find him as good as his word. I was unexpectedly in hospital and my wife has arthritis in her feet and he came to the hospital to enable me to pay him, good guy!

, BA21

10 Aug 2020

Handyman

Despite the challenges of COVID restrictions Adrian provided great service. We would use him again without hesitation.

, TA12

26 Feb 2020

Builder

Adrian was excellent. Turned up quickly to look at the job and give advice. We exchanged emails to agree the works, with us making a change that Adrian give advice about. Turned up promptly and worked steadily. Very tidy and cleaned up. Excellent workmanship. And very pleased with the job. Adrian is a friendly, helpful and professional workman and have no hesitation in recommending him.

, TA18

07 Feb 2020

Builder

High standard of work and clean and tidy, highly recommend Adrian.

, TA11

12 Sep 2019

Handyman

I asked for a quote to cut back the insulation in my loft where it had been pushed right over the air vented soffits so not allowing the loft to breathe - as it is supposed to if you don't want condensation in your loft! Its not a pleasant job working with insulation, gets up your nose and down your throat. Adrian quoted a fair price, came on time as he said he would and did an excellent job. No more worries about a damp loft. Definitely would recommend Adrian.

, BA20

26 Jul 2019

Carpenter / Joiner

Excellent job done. Very pleased with the result.

, TA20

03 May 2019

Handyman

Work carried out at agreed time, Repointing of a patio, which was cleaned up as the work proceeded. Will definitely call upon his service again

, TA20

04 Dec 2018

Handyman

Can highly recommend Adrian who is extremely easy to communicate with. He quoted promptly and fairly and then very helpfully fitted in the job and did everything he said he would. A real find!

, DT6

18 Sep 2018

Builder

Great communication and the job done quickly. It was a small job (rebrick and plaster chimney breast) so often tricky to find a builder to carry it out. I would recommend Adrian's service.

, BA21

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AJ Callow Contracts answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Yeovil

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Fri 27 Oct 2017 7:44am

Hi all, The top two rows of my bathroom tiles (porcelain, 30x60cm) have come off the wall along with a hanging mirror cabinet (now broken). Seeing now how the builders who stuck the tiles to the wall, I am not surprised! My bathroom wall is leaning (away from you when you stand in front of it), and instead of putting more Aquaboard on the wall and then tiling, they have used massive thick splats of tile adhesive (two per tile) in order to straighten out the tiled wall. I can't afford to have the whole wall re-done (this would amount to effectively doing a full bathroom refurb). Instead, I am hoping to fill the gaps behind the tiles that are still sticking (six rows from the floor up) in order to secure them, and then get someone in to re-do the top two rows properly by adding more plasterboard before laying the tiles with a normal amount of evenly spread adhesive (5-6mm max) instead of the 30mm blobs the initial builders used (I still can't get over this!). Long story short... QUESTION: DOES SUCH A LIQUID MATERIAL EXIST? I do know about expanding foam of course but I am not sure about its adhesive qualities. Furthermore, I am worried that the force of the expansion could actually push the tiles off the wall, which I want to avoid at all costs. Any pointers here would be hugely appreciated. Thank you!

  • Adrian Callow's Answer
    Thu 9 Nov 2017 13:35pm

    Ideally the tiles need to be taken of and re done! eventually moisture will build up and pop them off! Never, just "dot and dab" tiles, they need a full bed of tile adhesive for them to be secure, and I mean the cement adhesive that has to be mixed , NOT ready mixed tub adhesive! Not what you wanted to here, but I've been behind tradesmen rectifying jobs just like your explaining. All the best

's question
Mon 6 Nov 2017 20:39pm

I had a handyman, I found on this website, come and do a job for me, and he did such a great job, I want to give him a rating on his profile. His name is Mark Wisniewski.

  • Adrian Callow's Answer
    Thu 9 Nov 2017 13:19pm

    You the customer can log into your account and rate him from there, many people have rated me without me requesting a rating, hope this helps

Areas serviced

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Top trades offered by AJ Callow Contracts

Primary trade

Builder

Cellar & Basement Conversion

Conservatory

Garage Conversion

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Installation

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment

Bathroom Repair

Bricklayer

Garden Wall

Chimney Building / Repair

Pointing / Repointing

Carpenter / Joiner

Emergency Boarding

Wooden Staircases

Wooden Doors - Internal