When Carol and Grahame Taylor inherited his father's six-year-old oak-framed dormer bungalow, they knew they wanted to live there.
MGS Building and Electrical Contractors were the only company willing to create this families dream home.
After living in a house that was too small for a decade, Anne Laker was finally in a position to create the spacious home she wanted.
Arnold Yoke is a Grade II listed Kentish Hall House with a fascinating history spanning 600 years.
It's fitting that a castle built by Victorian Master Builder, George Burt, should be brought back to life by 21st-century Master Builders.
Cherry Tree House looks like a traditionally built bungalow, but conceals some of the most modern building techniques.
Ian and Susan Wilbur wanted a new extension to replace an out-dated conservatory used as a dining room for their bed and breakfast business.