Beamish construction services

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07 Jul 2020

Blacksmith / Metal worker

Very pleased with the finished product. Kept me informed, and the quote was spot on too.

, SR2

07 May 2020

Blacksmith / Metal worker

Absolutely exceptional job. Peter is clearly a perfectionist and has spent the whole day getting our iron gate and wall fixed properly to make sure it looks good and is safe for our toddler. He has done a cracking job. Thank you Peter.

, DH4

25 Nov 2019

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Excellent workmanship done in the timescale stated. very pleased with the outcome.

, NE9

12 Mar 2018


The job wasn't straight forward and i had a couple of options for resolution. Peter was prompt to respond, talked through the options and gave a good price for the work. He completed the job in a timely way despite the snow with good quality materials and to a good finish. There were no additional costs and I was kept updated on things throughout the work being undertaken. I would definitely recommend Beamish Construction Services and would use again.

, NE15

30 Nov 2017

Blacksmith / Metal worker

Very good man. Done what I required on time regardless of the bad weather. I would recommend Peter and I would use him again in the future.

, NE9

02 Dec 2016

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Creative design and quality workmanship, look forward to using Beamish again, thanks!

, NE9

29 Jun 2016

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Peter gave me the best quote of three, then finished what turned out to be a troublesome job to a very high standard. It's clear that Peter is a perfectionist and he was fussier than me about the finished product. Very impressed and very highly recommended.

, NE38

04 Sep 2015


Lots I could say, but restricted to 512 characters. Peter is a one man band who concentrates on his high levels of workmanship. Got the quote from Peter on how to correct the issue. We employed an independent structural engineer and after his survey, he was shown Peters quote. The independant agreed with Peter that the solution given was correct. Peter keeps you fully updated so you know what is being done and when. My neighbours are impressed, I am impressed and more importantly my wife is impressed.

, SR3

05 Mar 2015

Driveway pavers

Very professional and knowledgeable. Quality tradesman. Excellent advice and guidance given with the job in hand and other aspects of the house we were dealing with. Would strongly recommend and will be using again.

, SR6

07 Mar 2014


We are very happy with the work we had done by Beamish Construction Services. We would definitely recommend them.

, NE8

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Beamish construction services answered questions about Bricklayer in Stanley

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Thu 6 Feb 2014 19:51pm

I have a flat grp roof (replacing a felt one) the sides of which come down over a plastic fascia. A gap has now appeared between the two in several places, exposing the roof void. The roof was put on about 4 years ago and measures about 44sq meters. What can I do to correct this? I wondered whether I could screw the grp on to the fascia,but would expansion cause more problems?

  • Peter Ruddick's Answer
    Thu 6 Feb 2014 22:42pm

    Hello Plastic has a very high expansion rate , GRP probably expands also , in the large area you mention, so yes, expansion or incorrect fixings is probably causing your problem , could even be the roof moving slightly with expansion . Joining the two together could cause more problems . There is an adhesive black foam tape used on industrial buildings tin roofs [ about 1 inch thick ] that could be used in the gap. Hope this helps Peter R. Beamish Const. Services.

's question
Thu 6 Feb 2014 12:56pm

Can i replace single glazing with double glazing into the existing wooden frames.

  • Peter Ruddick's Answer
    Thu 6 Feb 2014 21:49pm

    Hello Carol If it is a listed building then, no . [you could try secondary frames ]. If it is not, then yes . I am just completing a similar project on 6 windows in a two story bay , with wooden windows . We have had problems with hidden wood rot in the frames that had to have new wood cut in before the new double glazing units were fitted . We used stepped units in the lights and normal in the main panes due to size restrictions , fitted with wood beads inside and out , to hide the seals.[ We could not get a router in to rebate the frames.] Hope this helps . Peter R. Beamish Const. Services .

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