Bespoke Brickwork & Building

Primary trade Builder
6 ratings

Bespoke Brickwork & Building

6 ratings

About Bespoke Brickwork & Building

Bespoke Brickwork and Building are a northwest based building company specialising in all aspects of building work. full extensions, new builds, renovation projects, hard landscaping, garden walls, repointing, structural work etc.

Ratings & reviews

Bespoke Brickwork & Building rated for Bricklayer


Overall rating

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23 Mar 2017


Unreliable and a time waster. Did not meet his commitment. Gave him the job but in the end he just was not interested. Should have said that in the beginning. Talks a good talk but in the end a £1600 job was below him.

, WA7

07 Jun 2016


A good job done. Good communication throughout. Would gladly recommend

, WA8

15 May 2016


Antony did a great job. Arrived when he said he would, was courteous and cleaned up when they were finished. Would definitely use again.

, CH4

14 Apr 2016


Antony's work was excellent. He turned up on time and completed the work to a high standard. I would recommend Antony to anybody he is polite and extremely professional and, of course, his quotes are very competitive!

, WA7

13 Apr 2016


Great job thank you

, CH3

13 Apr 2016


Anthony came to do a quote and advised when he could come and complete the work. Had no hesitation in hiring him. Came as agreed and completed the work in the worst weather ever!! Did a great job and would use again.

, CW9

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Bespoke Brickwork & Building answered questions about Bricklayer

's question
Wed 12 Apr 2017 7:45am

What is the best way to joint a patio (Indian Sandstone) wet jointing with omortar of kiln dried sand etc... Please advise give as much info as you can and clarify any technical terms....

  • Antony Nelson's Answer
    Sat 15 Apr 2017 11:14am

    There are numerous ways you can point a patio. You can do it with sand and cement (4:1 or 3:1 mix) but can lead to possible staining on the flags. Another way which I use is a product called geofix which can be bought from any builders merchants. Comes in a powder form and you brush it in to the joints and let it go off for two to three hours. Then it's all done.

's question
Mon 27 Jun 2016 9:34am

Estimate on a breeze block garden wall 15'x6' including footings?

  • Antony Nelson's Answer
    Tue 28 Jun 2016 12:3pm

    Contact me Antony Nelson A.Nelson Building Contractors

Areas serviced

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Top trades offered by Bespoke Brickwork & Building

Primary trade


Cellar & Basement Conversion


Garage Conversion


Garden Wall

Chimney Building / Repair

Pointing / Repointing

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden Staircases

Log Cabins / Timber Framed Building

Skirting Board Installation

Painter and decorator

Mould / Damp Control