Bespoke Designs Group has a proven track record of innovative designs, effective problem solving and attention to detail and our goal is to meet and exceed the expectations of every client.We take on types of jobs from small domestic work to larger commercial projects with a right first time policy.We are new to MyWorkman and as such we have no feedback however we are on other trade sites and have an excellent rapport with our clients.
We have 30 years experience in all aspects of our trades and have other trades people we use who have the same attitude, skill set and focus that we have and we give a 5 year guarantee on all our works.
Trades - Plumbing,Heating,Drains,Plastering,Joinery
Electrical,Roofing,Painting and Decorating,Tiling(all formats)Bathrooms and Wetrooms
Building Work - Knock Through's, Rsj's,New concrete floors, Stud walls and lowered designer ceilings
Good paintwork is all about the preparation that you do if its new wood it will need a light sand and a couple of coats of primer followed by a good quality undercoat and sanding in between coats then a few coats of a good quality gloss its my own preference but i like dulux hi gloss which gives a mirror sheen however as gloss is oil based it will yellow so there is a call for satinwood finishes due to this
Hello i have read the above and sometimes a powerflush can cure this if a blockage is suspect by powerflushing each individual radiator you will improve the water flow in each radiator as you mentioned it only gets hot around the top edge. another factor could be a sticking thermostatic radiator valve. so what i would do is close all the radiators and leave the defective radiator open and run the system as it might just require balancing properly if the radiator heats up. in addition although the pump may be running the rpm of the pump might not be upto speed i hope this helps
Hello your cracks can appear for a number of reason have the floorboards been lifted and hammered back down is it a new build and the house timbers are still drying out as they get soaked during the building being built either way if you get a triangular type shavehook and rake the joint out then apply a very thin bead of acrylic filler along the crack and then fill it allow to completely dry before sanding smooth you will be fine
In my experience it is always prudent to replace pipework that is under a bathroom floor i always try to have no joints on the pipework aswell as the last thing you want to have to do is have to lift tiles then decoupling membranes and plywood etc
Good preparation for grouting is key you need to pay close attention to silicone joints and carefully remove old grout.ensure it is all removed prior to applying your grout using a flexble grouting tool and apply a square metre at a time.i like to have a few clean tiling sponges to hand and have 1 damp and 1 dry and rinse and dry.as the grout dries you may find it gets drawn into the joint so its common to have to do it twice and 3 times with mosaics to achieve a good smooth uniform finish.