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Royle Property Solutions

83 ratings read reviews

Royle Property Solutions

83 ratings read reviews

Reviews and ratings

  • 83 total ratings
  • 5 in the last 30 days
  • 5 in the last 6 months
  • 5 in the last 12 months

83 total ratings | 5 in the last 30 days | 5 in the last 6 months | 5 in the last 12 months

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden Doors - Internal

17 Feb 2017
17 Feb 2017

great job very friendly service

Bathroom Specialist

Bathroom Repair

07 Feb 2017
07 Feb 2017

Gavin and his team were excellent in fixing our three bathrooms and cleaning our gutters. Good price, on time and did more than I asked of him. I will use him again and highly recommend his business. Many thanks, Mark Begley

Trades and area covered

Bathroom Specialist

Bathroom Design, Bathroom Installation, Complete Bathroom Refurbishment and more

Bricklayer

Garden Wall, Chimney Building / Repair, Repointing

Builder

Cellar & Basement Conversion, Conservatory, Garage Conversion and more

Carpenter / Joiner

Staircases - Wooden, Wooden Doors - Internal, Wooden Shutter and more

Painter / Decorator

Internal Painting & Decorating, Paint Effects / Mural, External Painting - Wall and more

Drainage Specialist

Drains & Sewerage

Electrician

Under Floor Heating - Electric System

Flooring Specialist

Under Floor Heating - Electric System, Floor Sanding & Finishing, Laminate Flooring and more

Expert answers

Builder

Posted by ANDREW CONWAY on Wed 20 Nov 2013 17:44pm
Can I remove / shorten and seal off a shared chimney stack with a next door neighbour with their permission? And what sort of money are we talking about?

gavin royle's Answer

Fri 22 Nov 2013 16:58pm
Dear Andrew In answer to your question Yes, this is possible, Is there a reason for wanting to remove the stack? There are various things that you will have to take into consideration things like building regs, Damp prevention, effect on your neighbors chimney and maintenance, Ventilation to rooms without chimney, will it. have and effect on weight bearing walls? is it just the stack externally you would like to shorten or remove? Prices are completely dependent on these questions, Shortening a stack can be anything from a couple of hundred pounds, if you can give more info maybe able be a bit more detailed Kind Regards Gav

Can bad condition tiles be covered t o improve presentation?

Posted by Ashley Dingle on Sat 16 Nov 2013 14:30pm
We have some bad condition tiles around a bath/shower which we want to hide. Can these be covered with anything to improve appearance?

gavin royle's Answer

Sun 17 Nov 2013 21:58pm
Plastic Cladding is used by our company on a regular basis, this comes in various designs and maybe stuck directly onto the tiles using the correct adhesive. hope this helps