Andy Spence

106 ratings
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Andy Spence

106 ratings

About Andy Spence

Bespoke carpentry at affordable prices Kitchen fitting Bathroom fitting Tiling

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Andy Spence rated for Bathroom fitter in Manchester

5

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106 total ratings 1 last 30 days 10 last 6 months 18 last 12 months

05 May 2020

Carpenter / Joiner

Excellent service. Excellent workmanship. Genuine, honest guy who I would happily recommend without hesitation.

, M33

19 Apr 2020

Handyman

Prompt response, very professional and excellent work done! Thank you so much Andy

, M5

02 Apr 2020

Handyman

Ged did a brilliant job & I’ll definitely use again, highly recommended

, M35

24 Jan 2020

Handyman

Excellent service.

, M20

19 Jan 2020

Carpenter / Joiner

10/10 and then some! Andy bespoke adjusted a cabinet and built housing for an ugly boiler and pipework in our bathroom. The finished result is nothing short of a miracle it looks so good. Andy had a clear vision for the project with helpful suggestions to make things more cost effective. As he is skilled in various trades he advised us on other projects in the house which was SO helpful. What a guy! He communicated clearly and quickly, was reliable and very tidy - we could not be more appreciative!! Thanks!

, M34

21 Jan 2020

Kitchen Specialist

Andy turned up on time, did a great job at a great price - even though it was a tricky job. Very friendly and courteous. I would absolutely recommend and will use again myself! Great job!

, SK3

05 Jan 2020

Carpenter / Joiner

Very happy with the work Andy done and at a good price, would highly recommend.

, M24

05 Jan 2020

Locksmith

Andrew did the job as requested quickly & profesionally

, OL10

02 Jan 2020

Carpenter / Joiner

First class job prompt and a fair price. Would recommend to anybody

, BL9

16 Dec 2019

Tiler

fast and effective

, SK4

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Andy Spence answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Manchester

Sean Nugent's question
Mon 18 May 2020 15:25pm

I have a double garage "end terrace" , Double door facing east, , north is attached to a next door garage, the other two walls are exposed. Roof is flat, felt The temperature in the garage gets hot during the day, with the sun on the roof and exposed walls. No windows, one uPVC door at rear I would like to cool the garage a bit - mostly just remove hot stale air in exchange for outside "cooler air" if that's practical. I do not want to aircondition the garage and am not terribly worried about temps in the winter just want to get some airflow / air movement. Garage has power

  • Andrew Spence's Answer
    Thu 21 May 2020 21:48pm

    Fit a low level air vent one side and a height level vent the other this is help make the air move through the garage

CHARLES 's question
Wed 13 May 2020 13:34pm

What type of trademan can undertake the following job for an insurance claim? The job involves removal and replacement of tiles inorder to access leaking pipe and replacement of damaged plasterboard ceiling.

  • Andrew Spence's Answer
    Fri 15 May 2020 17:43pm

    You need a tiler

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