Dolphtech Construction

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Dolphtech Construction

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About Dolphtech Construction

Have been In the trade 28 years Take a lot of pride in my work All aspects of work taken on a new conservatory or just a roof replacement maybe, Doors and windows in all colours Fascia and guttering,specialist in fibre glass flat roofs, Certass registered

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Dolphtech Construction rated for Bricklayer in Bristol

5

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11 Feb 2019

Handyman

Thanks Jason

, BS31

03 Dec 2017

Builder

Jason was quick to contact me, quick to come around and cost the job, he fitted us into his schedule swiftly and did a good professional job that was exactly what he'd said he'd do for us. We'll use him again.

, BS7

19 Jun 2017

Window fitter / Conservatory installer

Excellent job, jason attended and measured door and gave advice on door specifications. Turned up on time, tidied up after himself - very happy to recommend him

, SN15

23 May 2017

Window fitter / Conservatory installer

Really good efficient team. Thank you, will recommend to friends

, BS11

11 May 2017

Window fitter / Conservatory installer

Job was done very quickly, value for money.

, BS32

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Dolphtech Construction answered questions about Bricklayer in Bristol

Russell Bowes's question
Sat 2 Mar 2019 10:14am

I would like an area of my garden decked over. Currently the area is covered in a chequerboard fashion with paving slabs and stone chippings. Underneath these are a membrane (presumably waterproof), under which is clay soil. Is it advisable to remove the slabs and membrane before decking? It could of course go on top, but this will create problems with the decking being higher than necessary. I can use the slabs and stone chippings to help fill in an old fishpond so removal of them will not be a problem.

  • Jason Rooke's Answer
    Sun 3 Mar 2019 11:49am

    as long as you put down the correct membrane after the slabs have been taking up you will fine, Regards jason

Leigh Whitworth's question
Sun 24 Feb 2019 3:38am

How much would it cost to fit an extractor fan in a double glazed bathroom window?

  • Jason Rooke's Answer
    Tue 26 Feb 2019 17:58pm

    Hi you would need the glass unit to be remade with the hole size in it Anywhere between £90 and £160

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Top trades offered by Dolphtech Construction

Bricklayer

Chimney Building / Repair

Builder

Cellar & Basement Conversion

Conservatory

Garage Conversion

Carpenter / Joiner

Emergency Boarding

Wooden Doors - Internal

Laminate Flooring

Floor fitters

Laminate Flooring

Wooden Decking