Eco Bouse Ltd

Location: Monmouth, Monmouthshire
Member Since: 5th Apr 2019

Trades:

  • Carpenters

About Us:

We are a Carpentry, Maintenance & Renovation company. We offer a range of services to suit our customers in the private or commercial sector.
We undertake traditional carpentry as well as bespoke projects. Our Carpenter has over 30 years experience in general carpentry,shopfitting etc.

History:

We offer a range of services to suit our customers whether in the private or commercial sector.
We undertake traditional carpentry as well as bespoke projects. Our Carpenter has over 30 years experience including general carpentry, joinery manufacture, cabinet making, old English oak reproduction furniture, shopfitting, barn conversions, old building renovations, rustic garden furniture, garden timber projects & caravan, trailer & bus conversions into Tiny House properties.
We are very much into recycling and using Eco friendly products. Our Tiny House conversions use as much recycled & eco friendly materials/products as is possible.
We offer a quality service & can help design, supply & build to your exact requirements. You ASK... We DO
We offer Free quotes/estimates.
We hold Public Liability Insurance.

Other:

Apprenticeship 4 years
City & Guilds Carpentry (Advanced Level)
30 years time served Carpenter

Feedback:

2 reviews, 100% Positive
Hanging new doors - Joinery & Carpentry job in Monmouth

“Trevor and Michele are incredibly efficient and the work done was to a very high standard. Very reliable and punctual, I would highly recommend them for any carpentry or general handyman work. ”
Floorboard problems. Also doors - Joinery & Carpentry job in Monmouth

“Professional efficient service. Explains procedures clearly and honestly. Very tidy. Would strongly recommend this firm.”

Answers:

Hi, you should not paint directly over a mouldy bathroom ceiling. the mould has resulted due to poor ventilation and warmth when in use. best thing to do is to sugar soap the ceiling to remove as much of the mould as possible. use a strong solution of sugar soap and rinse well. allow to dry completely with a window open. if the mould had been removed completely, i would recommend the use of a good quality mould resistant bathroom ceiling emulsion with at least 2 coats. if there was still evidence of mould then further cleaning and the use of a sealer prior to painting should be used.
hope that helps answer your question.
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