Rebuilding the structure with the materials reclaimed
Quality Corner Project
Newly Built Shed
Highlands Garden Project
highlands garden renovation
Renovation of a flat and tired looking garden transformed into a two tiered garden with a lower deck and a higher deck natural looking flags and steps laid to the highest quality, with a sun house in the top corner. Facing brick retaining walls to support the upper deck with subtle curves and planting areas flowing the walls around the garden, Two areas of artificial grass adding some colour and making this garden useable all year round.
The Highlands Project
Extension & Renovation
The Highlands Project consisted of a two storey extension built in detailed facing bricks, lintels and header courses to match the existing.The first floor extension was constructed above the existing kitchen to add a new master bedroom and en-suite bathroom.The renovation of the existing conservatory was carried out to provide a new warm roof during the winter months and a insulated roof for the summer months to prevent the conservatory getting too hot to use during extreme sunny days.
Whitehaven Market Place Project
Grade two listed building was saved from demolition
Extension of a 250 year old dwelling
Extension of a 250 year old dwelling, Construction with local Eskdale Granite, St Bees sand stone quions, cills, heads and mullions. With above ground floor level Askem special imperial sized clay fired facing bricks, with all the timber to match the existing.
Harris Moor Project
Renovation and Extension
The renovation and extension of 1960's designed dormer bungalow to current day adaptation and designs