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Family Home Renovation

To comply with planning a new hip to gable roof with barn ends was built. The full width dormer was constructed using a timber frame and in lead composite timber panel infills. The original dated pebbledash exterior was replaced with a sleek silicone render. The exterior look was completed with the installation of new windows on the first floor and front elevation and slim frame sliding doors on the juliet balcony.

Internally major structural works were undertaken in the living room to allow an awkwardly placed brick pillar to be removed, this involved extending an existing steel beam. During the works the client opted to modify the design to expose the vaulted section of the ceiling, which Charlie and the team could easily accommodate. On the first floor the bedrooms were reconfigured and the family bathroom was fully refurbished.

What the client thought: “I have worked with Charlie and the team on four different projects in two different houses over the last seven years. On each occasion, the team has been hardworking, reliable, punctual and professional producing a very high standard of work. I would not hesitate to recommend Charlie for your building project.”