Paul Smith Builder

11 ratings

Paul Smith Builder

11 ratings

About Paul Smith Builder

All types of building and roofing work undertaken. From as little as a tile replacement to full extensions

Ratings & reviews

Paul Smith Builder rated for Bricklayer in Alfreton

5

Overall rating

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22 Jan 2018

Roofer

Really good service. Came over to quote very quickly. Kept me informed of arrival time when starting the job. Completed the repair quickly and to a good standard.

, DE5

07 May 2017

Roofer

Excellent job done renovating valleys etc., couldn't have asked for better service. From start to finish (including cleaning up after) the work done by Paul and his mate was first class. No hesitation in recommending his approach and workmanship, in particular his NO "hard sell" when explaining what needs to be done and when.

, NG17

23 Mar 2017

Builder

Very good job . Excellent dealing with paul Would recommend paul 100%

, DE3

31 Mar 2017

Roofer

Every aspect of the job was excellent - will be recommending them. Also, on inspection of the roofing job, Paul Smith found that the job was much smaller than quoted for. No hesitation in informing me. Most impressed.

, S42

20 Mar 2017

Roofer

Replaced one roof tile lost in a storm. Did a good job. Other people who quoted wanted to do more work than was necessary, even quoting without turning up. Nice chap, I would use him again.

, NG2

01 Mar 2017

Roofer

Paul replaced a fallen ridge tile and secured some loose tiles after storm Doris. He did a really good profesional job. The price was right [in-line with the other quotes I got], he turned up on time, talked me through the work that needed doing and the standard of workmanship looks excellent - he also cleared out my guttering while he was at it. Highly recommended.

, NG2

17 Mar 2017

Roofer

Excellent work done by a quality trademan on time at a competitive price. Would recommend.

, DE21

09 Mar 2017

Roofer

Paul did a great job, just after the bad storm when we lost a dozen ridge tiles and they smashed a lot of roof tiles on the way down the roof. Quick response, good explanation of the work to do, and he came back to finish off a difficult bit the next day. Would definitely recommend, and use Paul again

, DE23

14 Sep 2017

Roofer

Nice chap...got the job done quickly and neatly.

, DE4

24 Oct 2016

Roofer

From start to finish Paul was excellent.He came over to give a estimate and explained clearly what he was doing to do and at a good price. The work carried out was exceptional and I have already got him looking at another job for me, I was that impressed.Would definitely recommend him to others out there from one very happy customer.

, NG17

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Paul Smith Builder answered questions about Bricklayer in Alfreton

's question
Wed 20 Dec 2017 12:34pm

I am looking for builders to quote me on 4 new rooms (2 internal & 2 external ) at a Care home in DG4 area? thanks Harveys Healthcare Ltd

  • Paul Smith's Answer
    Thu 21 Dec 2017 8:8am

    Hi Viv, If you look for me on rated people, I would be happy to give you a quote for the work that you require. Kind regards Paul Smith

's question
Tue 14 Nov 2017 0:30am

I have a detached house with a chimney dead centre of the property to originally serve a bolier in the kitchen. As I have a new gas boiler now on an outside wall in the Kitchen I am using the old boiler alcove as an extra kitchen cupboard and have filled in the hole in the ceiling of the cupboard where the flue went up. I have also had the chimney taken down off the roof. I am now attacking the chimney that goes through the loft space I want to get it down to under the level of the floor boarding in the loft that rests on 4"x2" joists. My plan was to cement a thick flag stone over the chimney hole level with the floor boarding in the loft to make it safe and level. Now you have the background my question - is it necessary to have an air brick in the remaining chimney wall in the loft before I cap it off under the flag stone. The chimney now is about 8' 8" long with none of its sides on outside walls. What do you experts think please

  • Paul Smith's Answer
    Tue 21 Nov 2017 9:47am

    Hi Graham, If you have taken the chimney down to below roof level then no, the air brick is to let fumes from the old burnt sut out the top. If you are taking the chimney down there is no need to vent it!

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