Griffin Builders

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About Griffin Builders

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About Griffin Builders

We are qualified tradesmen with a background in general building with 30 years experience

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Griffin Builders rated for Bathroom fitter in Truro

5

Overall rating

9 total ratings 0 last 30 days 0 last 6 months 0 last 12 months

16 Aug 2010

Builder

Excellent work at a very reasonable cost. Flexible in their work, and ensured all was completed to satisfaction.

, TR13

06 Jun 2010

Plasterer / Renderer

Generally pleased with the work done, would recomend to a friend!

, TR7

11 May 2010

Roofer

Work done quickly and a very good standard, builder kept me informed of what was happening. would recomend.

, TR14

09 Jun 2010

Roofer

Very good, friendly and reliable!!

, TR14

09 May 2010

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Did the work required to a satisfactory standard with a smile.

, TR16

07 Jun 2010

Loft Conversion Specialist

Overall a good job done at a very reasonable price. Could have taken a bit more care with finishing touches but still a good job and we're very happy with the end result. Thanks

, TR18

15 Jan 2010

Builder

This work was completed before the christmas rush - artform are a good team of tradesman and I would highly recommend them - Thanks again

, TR6

11 Feb 2010

Bathroom fitter

Very good service, good quality work, very nice lads to have around!

, TR4

01 Mar 2010

Bathroom fitter

In what turned out to be a much bigger job than anyone first realised, the attention I received, (even a callout over a weekend) was first class. The quality of the workmanship, the "no, its not too much trouble", the value for money, the friendly relationship that was built up could not be rated too highly. Would not hesitate to employ them again. Five stars?.........no, worth more than that.

, TR15

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Griffin Builders answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Truro

J 's question
Sun 16 Jul 2017 10:37am
I am interested in having the pebbledash removed from the front and rear of my house, but I'm in a mid terrace where both houses either side are also pebbledashed. My question is threefold: 1. Is it possible to remove it from my property without damaging the adjoining houses? 2. Is there any way to judge whether there is decent brickwork underneath before you start to remove the pebbledash? 3. Is anyone able to advise on a rough ballpark cost given that the house is a small 3 bed, mid terrace 1930's property with pebbledash from the base of the ground floor window sill up to the roof.
  • Jeremy Griffin's Answer
    Wed 19 Jul 2017 16:35pm
    Yes this can be done but you will need to do a straight cut up and down with an angle grinder - I very much doubt that you will be able to restore the brickwork or blockwork underneath - consider re- rendering or cladding with cement board
R Kohli's question
Mon 17 Jul 2017 19:29pm
Due to inadequate pitch on roof being laid.. Roof has a slight pitch which could promote water penetration. Please advise if cost
  • Jeremy Griffin's Answer
    Wed 19 Jul 2017 16:32pm
    How big is the roof -generally if a roof has a shallow pitch you can ply the roof with waterproof board and then felt and cross batten before skating but the cost depends on the size of the roif

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Top trades offered by Griffin Builders

Bathroom fitter

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment

Bricklayer

Garden Wall

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Pointing / Repointing

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