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Roofing and
Building Contractor

Professional structural alterations in Warwickshire

We provide a total service for all types of extensions and alterations including, bungalows and period properties
from detailed planning and obtaining the planning permission through to completion.

No job is too big or too small

  • Plastering
  • Rendering
  • Floor Screeding
  • Plaster Coving
  • Dry Lining
  • Plaster Boarding
  • Partitions

Our service is fast efficient and straight forward. You can call or email us. We scope the work to be
done by visiting, measuring and inspecting the site. We will then confirm a verbal and
written quote within one week. If you are happy and accept the quote, we
then book a date to get the work done that fits your schedule. We do
the work quickly and efficiently and tidy up afterwards leaving no mess,
treating your home with the care and respect that you would
expect from a family business.

Please feel free to ask for a quote - why not visit
our contact page to send us an enquiry.

Get your free alterations quote

Handy hints and tips...

Don't fall for these contractor lines...

  1. "This offer expires today"
    Most bids are good for 30 days so clients can mull over decisions and get loans.
  2. "You get a rebate if we use your house as a model for our work"
    A sales gimmick, this price is usually higher than the quote you'd get elsewhere.
  3. "I'll give you a price just from looking"
    Bids come in writing, and only after careful inspection. If you don't know what the bid is based on, how can you negotiate a better deal?
  4. "I don't give out contact information for past customers"
    A good contractor is happy to provide references. Just be sure to follow up and confirm that those clients are satisfied with the work.
  5. "A simple handshake will do"
    Get it in writing. A contract protects both you and your contractor should something go wrong.
  6. "I'll cut you a deal if you pay with cash"
    A contractor can reduce his rate by not reporting your payment as income and, therefore, by not paying taxes. This is fraud.