Crafted Construction

Location: Trelewis, Glamorgan
Member Since: 24th May 2021


  • Carpenters
  • Loft Conversion Specialists
  • Builders
  • Flooring Specialists
  • Fencing Specialists

About Us:

Carpentry, joinery & general build
Built-ins & bespoke furniture
Decking, fencing & patios
Kitchens & bathrooms
Doors, windows, skirting & floors
Extensions & loft conversions
Roofing & chimney removals
Log burner installations

A contracting company including all construction trades


10+ years of experience


General Build Contractor


9 reviews, 100% Positive
24 ft. of 4ft featherboard fencing, five posts - Fencing job in Cardiff

“Dan has just erected a garden fence for me did a great job in a day and I would not hesitate to recommend him to other people and will definitely be using him again for other jobs.”
Installation of a firewall between 2 attics - General building job in Cardiff

“It was not an easy job working in a small, hot attic space and Dan just got on with it. He completed the work in good time and his great work ethic was appreciated. Would definately use Crafted Woodwork again.”
Build bookshelfs - Joinery & Carpentry job in Cardiff

“We are delighted with the quality of the work. Decker was tidy , pleasant and very professional throughout. We would recommend him to anyone, his standard of work is exemplary and his prices are fair.”
Upstairs floorboards need to be taken up and replaced - Joinery & Carpentry job in Aberdare

“Well What can I say about this Man. Very Entertaining for one. Easy to get on with and some laughs whilst on the job. I asked to Lay floorboard tongue and groove down on landing and 2 bedrooms. Very tidy and his work is really good. I would recommend. Even so that he is back again to do some more work. Couldn't fault it. Thanks again. ”
Loft convertion - Loft conversions job in Ystrad

“Outstanding workmanship, incredible work ethic and an inspiring dedication to completing all work on time! We cannot recommend Crafted Woodwork highly enough! They completed a full loft conversation with set in plasterboards to expose the beams and sanded and waxed them to make a stunning feature, they built beautiful bespoke furniture and a utility room from scratch! They laid new flooring, knocked down walls, built new walls. Nothing was too much for them and the standard of work is exemplary!”
Alcove Shelving - Joinery & Carpentry job in Maerdy

“Very pleased with the shelves Dan built for me, his work was of a very high standard. Well recommended ”
Fitted wardrobes - Joinery & Carpentry job in Rogerstone

“Dan was excellent in all aspects of his work , giving ideas that I hadn’t thought about , his woks was of a very high standard ”
Building storage - Joinery & Carpentry job in Cardiff

“Very pleased with the storage Dan designed and built for me and at a good price. ”
Laminate in attic conversion - Flooring job in Cardiff

“Responded quickly to request. Completed job with great result. Clean and tidy. Would recommend”


Putting felt on the chimney wouldn't really do much to be honest. we use lead around the chimney, chiselling into the mortar slightly to be able to get lead inside and then over the roof tiles/slates that was there is no chance of rain getting in via the chimney. i hope this has helped.
crafted woodwork.
Usually it will take 4-5 days for plaster to completely dry, sometimes a whole week. it really depends on temperature of the room, the hotter the room stays the faster it will dry. so crank that heating up in your case! i hope that has helped.
take care, crafted woodwork.
Hi matt, this is completely doable. the boiler can be moved into a different position. if the floor is lower there's always the option of adding a nice step down or if you really wanted it even you can put a timber structured floor down to marry up with the height. regarding the wall being load bearing it isn't possible to comment unless viewing it. however, either way, load bearing or not it is still 100% fine to do. if it isn't load bearing, whack that wall straight on through. but, if it is load bearing then you will need to prop up the ceilings above, take part of the wall down, get an rsj (reinforced steel joist) into the wall to take the weight of the weight above, then knock the rest of the wall down.
i hope this has helped.
take care, crafted woodwork.
Sometimes the person laying sandstone it will not be cemented in place. they will use 'fine sand' in the joints to hold everything in place which to be honest always works.
in this case, there is possibly 2 issues.
1. the ground was not prepared properly. the ground needs to be 'whackered' down with a machine to compress the ground and flat as possible so the slabs will not buckle when working on any edges encouraging movement.
2. thee is enough compressed fine sand in the joints to hold everything together.

if the issue is the actually ground not being flat enough, i would have them to cement the joints.

i hope this has helped
take care, crafted woodwork
Ask your plasterer to turn the water off and fit 2 'stop caps' on your pipes for the sink. turn the water supply back on and you're good to go. water will run through the house but unable to get through the sink pipes.
i hope this has helped
take care, crafted woodwork

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