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Arjay Services Glos Ltd

55 ratings read reviews

Arjay Services Glos Ltd

55 ratings read reviews

Reviews and ratings

  • 55 total ratings
  • 0 in the last 30 days
  • 0 in the last 6 months
  • 0 in the last 12 months

55 total ratings | 0 in the last 30 days | 0 in the last 6 months | 0 in the last 12 months


Internal Renovation / Reconfiguration

25 Sep 2015
25 Sep 2015

Reliable, hard-working, friendly and a good quality finish. Work was all completed to quote and to timings as agreed in advance. There was no problems when we asked for a couple of small things to be done which weren't on original quote (ie fit electrical socket). Always left work area tidy at the end of each day. Will be calling him next time we have work to do. Highly recommended.


Garage Conversion

04 Aug 2015
04 Aug 2015

Really good job by a really nice bloke. Final price was as quoted and I'm very happy with the result. Good communications throughout. Would definitely recommend.

Trades and area covered

Bathroom Specialist

Bathroom Design, Bathroom Installation, Complete Bathroom Refurbishment and more


Cellar & Basement Conversion, Garage Conversion, Extension and more

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden Doors - Internal, Wooden Decking, Wooden Doors - External

Flooring Specialist

Floor Tiling, Wooden Decking

Gardener / Garden Designer

Fencing & Gates - Wooden, Hard Landscaping, Pond & Water Feature and more

Kitchen Specialist

Kitchen Design, Kitchen Installation, Complete Kitchen Refurbishment and more

Loft Conversion Specialist

Internal Renovation / Reconfiguration, Loft Conversion, Velux / Skylight Window

Plasterer / Renderer

Plaster Skimming

Expert answers

Damp proofing

Posted by Frank Lewent on Fri 24 May 2013 19:39pm
A rated people builder recently put in a door in our basement flat without addressing the issue of damp proofing. This has resulted in blown plaster and warped woodwork and door. The entire lower ground floor was treated with injection damp proofing a few years ago, but now has a gap where the new door is. Do I need to get it all re-done, or is it possible to treat the area alone? Naturally I would prefer the builder who botched it to repair the damage but I don't trust him...

Richard Newbery's Answer

Fri 24 May 2013 20:17pm
Do i take it that reading your problem is that the doorway was new and cut into the wall disturbing the damp course? If thats the case then a physical DPC should have been placed below the doorframe and up the sides at least 300mm higher than the level of the injected dampcourse obviously if the frame and door is beyond repair then it will need to be removed and replaced ,the frame will need removing anyway to install the DPC ,hope this helps, contact the builder and explain your situation i am sure you will reach a solution

Cost of a garage conversion

Posted by nick moore on Fri 24 May 2013 16:56pm
We have had another child and I need to extend my house for another bedroom. The cheapest way for me to do this is to convert my garage into a downstairs bedroom. I need to find the right people for the job and I need an approx cost for the job.

Richard Newbery's Answer

Fri 24 May 2013 19:27pm
Hello we have done a few of these they are quite straightforward you will need a building notice from your local authorty and some plans of what you require, floor levels usually need raising and ,front excavating to expose either ends of existing footings .look for references of trdesmen or better still use Rated Peaple to find a tradesman and check them out.