Milo Trades

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About Milo Trades

Professional and reliable, I am a sole trader working mainly on my own but I liaise with other tradesmen, plumbers, electricians etc. when needed. I can tackle most small building projects and pride myself on the quality of work I do.

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Milo Trades rated for Builder in Wymondham

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21 Jan 2019

Carpenter / Joiner

Mick has provided an incredibly high quality piece of work. We wanted a small reading nook in the living room. He came and took measurements and returned a week later with a beautiful piece of bespoke furniture in exactly the style of wood we had in mind, He added 6 drawers underneath which run perfectly in and out. He was flexible with arrival time to fit the piece which he made up in advance and fitted it quickly and well. We’re so pleased and will be asking Mick to return for further work. First class.

, NR14

30 Jan 2019

Carpenter / Joiner

Great work. we have a very difficult floor in the living room but mick managed to do his best and we loved. We will definitely recommend him

, NR6

12 Nov 2018

Carpenter / Joiner

Mick gave us an instant quote for our new solid wood flooring and started the job just one week later. We were very pleased with the quality of his work and his attention to detail. He is clearly a skilled carpenter/joiner. Highly recommended :)

, NR20

07 Oct 2018

Carpenter / Joiner

Mick has done a extremely difficult job fitting 3 lots of fitted sliding warbrobes on my new build which looks fantastic His workmanship is to detail. and very happy with the results. Would definitely recommend

, NR20

14 Nov 2018

Carpenter / Joiner

Mick did a great job, he was really helpful in what door and furniture to get, took delivery and primed it and fitted it well - the day before he was going on holiday! He was as good as his word and did some finishing off bits as soon as he returned. I recommend him!

, NR3

21 Mar 2018

Carpenter / Joiner

Mick was amazing. Listened to what we wanted and built it beautifully with a fantastic reclaimed, unique wooden top. Prompt start and finish too - really pleased. Thank you

, NR9

09 Mar 2018

Builder

ON TIME ON THE JOB ON THE BALL

, IP22

09 Mar 2018

Carpenter / Joiner

Mick has done an excellent job and cleaned up all the waste before he left. I will not hesitate to contact him again if I need anything else done.

, NR5

09 Mar 2018

Carpenter / Joiner

Although the weather was horrendous, he turned up on time and did an excellent job of removing old laminate flooring, and replacing with new flooring which he delivered to my door. Very nice man with excellent and professional finish, and on time and within cost.

, NR18

27 Feb 2018

Carpenter / Joiner

Did a fantastic job!! Clean, on time, on budget and looks great! Will use for future jobs.

, NR3

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Milo Trades answered questions about Builder in Wymondham

Will Zeh's question
Sat 24 Mar 2018 1:6am

We've been informed by some traders that they'd only provide an insurance certificate for work that is over £1000? Shouldn't they provide it regardless of the total amount of the work? the insurance should protect both the home owner and the trader if something happen during the work.

  • Michael Lowe's Answer
    Sat 24 Mar 2018 19:50pm

    I would have thought insurance is needed regardless of cost of work. A tradesman can easily have a costly accident doing something as simple as putting up a shelf. If a customer asked to see my insurance regardless of the value of the work I would happily show them.

Fredda Furbear's question
Sat 24 Mar 2018 17:19pm

Can joins in be redone without damaging the worktop

  • Michael Lowe's Answer
    Sat 24 Mar 2018 19:43pm

    Hi Fred, firstly you would have to break the existing joint without damaging the tops which may not be straight forward. If they have been glued or have a biscuit joint you will almost definitely do damage. Secondly, remachining the existing joints would be difficult as well. If the new worktop jig is different from the original they may have different template shapes and even if the jig used is the original one, lining up to the existing cuts will be very difficult. You would have to make minute adjustments to get what would be just a cleaning up of the original cut. I have personally remachined an existing joint but it was very fiddly and it was a relatively new joint I had done with the same jig.

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Top trades offered by Milo Trades

Builder

Home improvements

Loft Conversion

Log Cabins / Timber Framed Building

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden Doors - Internal

Wooden Shutter

Laminate Flooring

Floor fitters

Laminate Flooring

Solid wood flooring

Wooden Decking

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Wooden / Metal / Wire fences

Wooden / Metal gates

Wooden Decking