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Stone Cottage.

An old out building that was being used as a store and leaking WC in desperate need of modernisation and a decent roof...The only answer was to knock it down and start again which we did. Demolition to the old…

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IMG 4110
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IMG 3903
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Eridge Road

Another large extension to house a growing family. As the budget was tight we only constructed the shell here and all the first floor stud walls along with the plastering. Decorating and final finishes were being carried out by the…

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2016 03 25 07.51.55
Front Flank With Scaffold 850x450
First Floor Joists 850x450
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Footings 2 850x450
Front Flank With Scafold 2 850x450
Rear Walling 850x450
2016 03 25 07.51.55 Front Flank With Scaffold 850x450 First Floor Joists 850x450 Footings 1 850x450 Footings 2 850x450 Front Flank With Scafold 2 850x450 Rear Walling 850x450

Hamsland

We are always just as keen to work on small projects as the large ones and this one is no different. A small extension on the front of this converted house that will be 2 storeys to give much more…

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Kitchen 2 850x450
Kitchen 2 850x450
Scaffold Down 850x450
Taking Shape 850x450
Kitchen 1 850x450
Dining 1 850x450
Kitchen 2 850x450 Scaffold Down 850x450 Taking Shape 850x450 Kitchen 1 850x450 Dining 1 850x450

Millwood Lane

This medium sized 1930s house was in need of additional space for a growing family, so we had to demolish part of a wooden annex before groundworks could start but once done, we were underway. Footings were dug and concrete poured then…

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Front View
Front View
Brickwork In Ground 2 850x450
Front View 850x450
Oak Porch 850x450
Rear View
Water Table Mark 850x450
Front View Brickwork In Ground 2 850x450 Front View 850x450 Oak Porch 850x450 Rear View Water Table Mark 850x450

Meadow View

This old cottage was just too small for this growing family so they decided to extend. It took them a bit of time to get their planning permission through as there were issues due to forestry commission but they got…

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Roof Pitch Close Up 850x450
Roof Pitch Close Up 850x450
Dormer 850x450
Insulation 850x450
Roof Pitched 850x450
Roof Pitch Close Up 850x450 Dormer 850x450 Insulation 850x450 Roof Pitched 850x450

Tanners

To give the young boys of this family a room of their own was to go into the roof. A large loft conversion was needed to accomplish this. We started by putting a large scaffold called a “top hat” over…

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Weighbridge Side View 850x450
Weighbridge Side View 850x450
Brickwork 850x450
Brickwork In Ground 850x450
Roof Trusses Ariving 850x450
Roof Trusses Going On 850x450
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KPS New Build

A different sort of project for us in that it’s for a commercial client. We don’t do much commercial work as we concentrate mainly on large 2 storey extensions and refurbishments, but this one was a good challenge: To build a…

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Calvert Bi Fold Doors 850x450
Calvert Bi Fold Doors 850x450
Calvert Footings Dug 850x450
Calvert Oversite 850x450
Calvert Roof Detail 850x450
Calvert Kitchen 1 850x450
Calvert Kitchen 2 850x450
Calvert Kitchen 3 850x450
Calvert Rear View & Paths 850x450
Calvert Bi Fold Doors 850x450 Calvert Footings Dug 850x450 Calvert Oversite 850x450 Calvert Roof Detail 850x450 Calvert Kitchen 1 850x450 Calvert Kitchen 2 850x450 Calvert Kitchen 3 850x450 Calvert Rear View & Paths 850x450

Calvert Close

This build was a single storey kitchen extension with paths around the rear and knocking through with steels inserted. First we had to clear the site before works could begin with digging the footings. Once the concrete was poured we…

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