A&b Construction

Location: Stafford, Staffordshire
Member Since: 5th Jan 2016

Trades:

  • Kitchen Fitters

About Us:

Self employed carpenter builder for the past 20 years. Installed for both B&Q and Magnet in the past with lots of satisfied customers and plenty of references. Have designed a small number of extensions which I then went on to complete, including plans. Able to deal with small to large projects.

History:

Started employment as a handicraft teacher, then 20 years ago started working for B&Q as kitchen installer. Since then have done bathroom and kitchen installations removal of supporting walls with RSJ steel inserted and single / double extensions. Able to draw up plans so able to give complete service right through to building inspection certificate.
Work with Leamore Windows in providing all your double glazed solutions.
Have done one day jobs installing new tap etc right through to long 3 month projects.
All my customers are more than happy with the work we do and have either given us more work and/ or recommended us to friends.
All work guaranteed.

Other:

Handicraft teacher

Feedback:

1 reviews, 100% Positive
fit kitchen units and a dishwasher in converted garage (Kitchen fitting)

“very reliable and arrives at the time arranged.his work is excellent and leaves everything clean and tidy when he leaves for the day.Iv'e already told him I want him back later in the year for some more work.”

Answers:

Stage 1 speak to planning in your area they will let you know if planning is needed. single story 6 x 5 metres may not need planning.
if planning needed then get drawings in asap planning could take 6-12 weeks. once you know your extension is successful then look for good builder. you might find a company who will draw plans and then do everything else. (we do everything) hope this useful.
You might find the utopia range excellent. manufactured in midlands and fantastic range.
Skimming is the final hard smooth finish to a plastered surface. the wall is usually covered with plasterboard either screwed to surface or glued with dabbling mix. the board joints are then tapped to stop cracking and then the final covering, usually multi finnish as it is called is applied. before it hardens it is repeatedly polished with a wet trowel.
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