Andrews Design Construction

Location: Lyndhurst, Hampshire
Member Since: 27th May 2019

About Us:

Andrews Design Construction offers a wide range of construction services, oriented to meet customers' most demanding requirements. The Company acts on the European market almost 39 years. The offer is to those, who expect the highest quality. Company carry out every project from the beginning till the end, with the use of traditional and modern technologies.


As the construction company we are almost 39 years on the European market. But taking into account earlier years, the company owner, Richard Andrews has 46 years of the construction site experience. We do new builds, extensions, refurbishments, restorations and all kinds of construction works. Our windows manufacture can supply all needed windows, doors and conservatories. Our special offer contains stucco and run-in-situ plastering. No matter what idea you have, we are able to take all tasks, from a ground work, to put even knick-knacks on the shelves. Everything will be done with a great care about the quality and detail. What remains for our clients is to be pleased throughout the years by the final effect of our works and by our long-term 7 years warranty.


Most construction professions,
Real Estate Agent,
Electrician (Technician),
Level 4 Certificate in Construction,
Real Estate Level 6 Diploma - Currently in the studying of Construction Management Level 5 Diploma
Architectural design experience,
Interior design,
DBS checked,
INSURANCE - Public Liability, cover up to GBP 2M, also bespoke options to customer requirements.


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Yes, definitely. all new walls or ceilings need to be primed, using for eg. the pva primer. depends from a kind of surface, its condition and its absorptivity, the pva have to be diluted in the right proportion; water - pva. then only after when surface is dry we can paint first coat of the paint. to achieve a positive primed effect we have to ensure that the diluted pva is in right proportion with the water. if is not diluted enough then it will not penetrate the surface on a proper deep as should and will only make a thin coat like a foil. that is unwanted effect. the primer has to penetrate the surface in order to make it stronger and isolate its imperfections in the form of discoloration, oily stains, rusty metal residues or other material fraction, which its surface differs from the rest. after the primer application we have a clean and homogeneous surface, ready to make our painting job clean and tidy.

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