Frequently Asked Questions

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Q: Do you offer a free, no obligation quotation? 

Of course. We are more than happy to visit your property at a time convenient for yourself and quote for the required works. If you don’t own the property and are looking for us to quote on work for a property you are looking at purchasing talk too us for advice.

Q: We are/I Am looking to have an extension built and need advice on handling our application with the council, can you help guide us as part of your service? 

This would part of our 5 step solution.

Q: Can you source all required materials and project manage our required works? 

Yes. The vast majority of our jobs include us sourcing all materials, handling all personnel and ensuring the project is completed to the highest standard. This is inclusive in our service. Our experience has shown that customers who attempt to project manage multiple tradesman and sourcing materials themselves more often than not turns into a false economy with no savings and increased overall costs. You will have a much better experience contracting a company to complete your project from start to finish.

Q: Can you guide us through the design process.

Yes. We can have our architect draw up your plans with decades of experience, can offer advice and suggestions to match your budget. If you already have plans we can provide an accurate quote.

Q: How long will it take to finish my job?

Every project is different and has different challenges. There is no benefit to us in delaying or dragging out your project. Our aim is to complete your works efficiently, effectively and with a minimum disruption to your lifestyle.

Q:What if I want to change something during construction?

We will work with you to achieve your desired outcome! Some changes can be straightforward, others require amended plans and approvals. Either way, we can deal with this and will ensure that changes are cost effective, appropriately documented and approved before proceeding.