House renovation on Chanterlands Avenue – Completed project. This project was such a massive transformation. All rooms were re-boarded and skimmed, the downstairs bathroom area was re-configured and a new porch area created.
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Property renovation in North Ferriby This project in North Ferriby entails lots of re-structuring both internally and externally. The external walls need opening up to accomodate three new French doors to create a kitchen/dining area with views to the large garden area. All new Upvc windows and doors to the full house with a feature Oriol window at the back of the property. Every room in this property will be re-wired, external walls insulated and all walls and ceilings plastered.
Kingswood GRP flat roof extension – completed project. This build has created some much needed space for this modern house on the Kingswood estate.
Kingswood single storey extension progress Steel pile foundations done and then a double thickness of steel mesh to finish the foundations before concrete was laid. We then got the brickwork upto damp proof course ready for the building control visit.
Building work progress – Completed project Holderness Road extension. This build really does look amazing with the open plan design with modern design kitchen.
Extension build on Kingswood Hull. Another extension to add to our portfolio of projects. This modern flat roof extension will be the new larger kitchen /dining room for this house on the Kingswood estate. After excavating the site, the area was set out ready for the piling company. We then shuttered up and steel mesh cages built ready for the the concrete pad to be laid.
Building work progress – Extension on Holderness Road.
Large modern single storey extension building works. This project has taken some time to get off the ground for our client. After initial plans were drawn up for the build, a structutal engineers report had to be done with calculations with designs for strip foundations and a raft construction. We opted to go with a raft foundation and its taken six 12 yard skips of spoil to get to a level for the us to start the build. The site was excavated and we were given the ok by building control to put the crush and steelwork in.
This kitchen installation required a lot of preliminary works before we could set about the actual installation of the modern Wren kitchen. We had a structural engineer advise and do calcuations with a full report for building regulations. We also removed a chimney and a supporting wall during this project to create a more open plan design. The gas meter and electrical consumer units had to be relocated to allow for the units to be installed.
Sloping wheelchair ramp with resin finish and garden works. This project was to install a permanent wheelchair ramp and also create an easier to maintain front garden. The turf and soil was removed along with the 4ft high hedge and a weed membrane laid. The ramp area was shuttered and prepared for the concrete which will be finished in a silver grey resin finish.