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J. Preston

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Reviews and ratings

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

41 total ratings | 0 in the last 30 days | 0 in the last 6 months | 1 in the last 12 months


Garage Conversion

12 Apr 2016
12 Apr 2016

excellent ?


Internal Renovation / Reconfiguration

16 Dec 2015
16 Dec 2015

Jeff Preston's communication was excellent and he was really efficient. He visited quickly, quoted quickly, and did the job promptly. The garage conversion renovation was completed to a high standard and Jeff took all responsibility for liaising with the local council building inspector to ensure that work was signed off at all the correct stages. I will be very happy to use Jeff Preston again when we next need building work and I would not hesitate to recommend him to friends and family.

Trades and area covered


Garage Conversion, Extension, Internal Renovation / Reconfiguration and more

Carpenter / Joiner

Staircases - Wooden, Laminate Flooring, Solid Timber Flooring and more


Under Floor Heating - Electric System

Flooring Specialist

Under Floor Heating - Electric System, Laminate Flooring, Screeding and more

Gardener / Garden Designer

Fencing & Gates - Wooden, Brick / Block Paving, Stone / Concrete Paving and more

Kitchen Specialist

Kitchen Design, Kitchen Installation, Complete Kitchen Refurbishment and more

Loft Conversion Specialist

Internal Renovation / Reconfiguration, Staircases - Wooden


Kitchen Worktops - Metal

Expert answers

When will they admit it ?

Posted by Mr Angry on Thu 20 Feb 2014 14:34pm
When will rated people admit that their changes are all about making more money for themselves and nothing at all to do with helping the tradesman. Do they think we are idiots ? I have send 3 emails now and no replys from the customer service people !

Jeff Preston's Answer

Thu 20 Feb 2014 16:37pm
i total agree the no credits is not fair

Removal of Polystyrene ceiling tiles

Posted by Carol Murphy on Wed 19 Feb 2014 00:03am
I have removed polystyrene ceiling tiles and can't get rid of all the deposits of glue blobs. Can the ceiling be plastered over? I wanted to avoid overboarding as I didn't want to remove coving and disturb the rest of the walls.

Jeff Preston's Answer

Wed 19 Feb 2014 06:27am
yes it can ,but would need sealing first