Arjay Services Glos Ltd

Primary trade Kitchen Specialist
72 ratings
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Arjay Services Glos Ltd

72 ratings

About Arjay Services Glos Ltd

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Arjay Services Glos Ltd rated for Bathroom fitter in Gloucester


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72 total ratings 0 last 30 days 1 last 6 months 8 last 12 months

15 Dec 2020


Highly recommend, quick to respond, quick to attend, diagnose and fix the fault. Only a small job so great to find someone prepared to take it on. Thank you!

, GL2

03 Sep 2020


Very quick and thorough - we now have hot water - many thanks

, GL11

31 May 2020


Great job

, GL54

20 May 2020


Fantastic communication from Richard from first enquiry to the date he did the job. Great chap to have in the house, he observed social distancing measures while being friendly and chatty in our slightly chaotic house. I am already planning to ask him to do some more work for us.

, GL50

05 May 2020


Highly recommended, excellent work, left job neat and tidy! Would use again!

, GL51

28 Jun 2020


Excellent workmanship, great skills and great value

, GL10

01 May 2020


Great to have the job completed so quickly and at a reasonable price. Richard is someone who can be relied upon. Thanyou

, GL50

20 Jun 2020


Excellent job, very happy with the work carried out

, GL2

06 Dec 2019


Richard fixed my radiator pipe leak very quickly and I'm delighted with the results. I would have no hesitation in contacting him again if I have any future plumbing needs. Thank you Richard

, GL3

06 Dec 2019


Highly recommended

, GL10

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Arjay Services Glos Ltd answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Gloucester

's question
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

's question
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.

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Top trades offered by Arjay Services Glos Ltd

Primary trade

Kitchen Specialist

Bespoke Kitchens

Kitchen Design / Installation

Fitted Kitchens

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Design

Bathroom Installation

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment


Garden Wall

Chimney Building / Repair

Pointing / Repointing


Cellar & Basement Conversion

Garage Conversion

House Extension

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden Doors - Internal

Bespoke Kitchens

Wooden Decking