House Refurbishment

This house refurbishment involved an extension to make room for a bigger kitchen and dining room, which included two skylights being added to the extension. A knock through from the living room into the new extension was created to enable a free flowing atmosphere and to bring more light into the house. The old kitchen has been converted and separated to have a play room and a utility room fitted, which also leads into the new extension. Upstairs the master bedroom has been converted into two bedrooms and a new compact boiler has been fitted to enable more room for furnishings. The bathroom has been completely refitted and new electrics have been installed throughout the entire house. New windows and doors have also been fitted in the living room and in the extension, plus new paving has been laid down at the front of the house.

Shenfield, Essex
Project Manager:
Mark Lintott

Our Clients Say

“Fantastic company, really happy with the work they done, very clean and tidy, would highly recommend”
Carins Anderson

Services Used

All Type of Clearance
Rooms were cleared and carpets were taken up, along with some walls being taken down.
Architectural Drawings
For the house refurbishment to go to plan, architectural drawings give precise measurements for the rooms and ensuring all the work being done is correct.
Footings and Brickwork
To prepare for the extension to be built, new footings had to be created to make sure the foundation for the brickwork was correct and secure. Once the footings were done, the bricks were laid and the extension started to take shape.