The project required erection of the new complete roof because the existing was not repairable.There was the need to enforce the wooden base with the metal beams and fit the new wooden rafters , membrane and isolation. The major part of flooring had to be replaced as the wood was rotten. The whole top was fitted with new wealded lead flashings and slates.
The project required a complete conversion of a house into three independent flats and build additional studio in the garden area for domestic use.The conversion consisted of total rebuilt of all floors, ceilings with sound resistant standards, and roof with leaving the old brick party wall uncovered. Flat A occupies the Lower Ground Floor and has separate entry. Flat B occupies the Ground Floor and shares the main entry door with Flat C occupying 2 levels of Top Floors. The Garden Studio has a side entry alongside the house wall into the back garden. The all flats were fitted with brand new electric, plumbing and heating systems. New concrete storage boxes were built in front of the house to accept the new media attachments for each flat.
The project consisted of a complete refurbishment, including a new roof and a ground floor extension. Additionally repair of the house’s foundations was necessary.The property needed a complete technical and structural refurbishment which required a lot of engineering work. The house was totally refurbished, all the way from the foundation repair, through to the drain and a sewer work in cooperation with the Thames Water. A clean-lined interior with built-in carpentry, including new kitchen and bathroom furniture, gives the house beauty and functionality. A contrasting palette of interior materials throughout includes a carved wooden staircase and wooden sash windows. The garden was landscaped to suit the new design.
The project required a refurbishment of a Victorian house; works included a reconstruction of a devastated extension and replacement of the clay roof with lead finish.The aim of the refurbishment was to keep the original features of the Victorian property. In order to keep the atmosphere of the house, the wood flooring was restored and hung a new elegant wallpaper. The walls were repainted and suitable bathroom fittings were installed. The timber windows and front doors also required refurbishment, so they were repaired in order to extend the lifespan. Renovation work required replacing the sewer system outside the building, which was connected to the main sewer system. These works were carried out in cooperation with the Thames Water.
The project required a full refurbishment of the house with a new open space created by an extensive structural roof reconfiguration. To make the entire design and build project more seamless and hassle free, the work with the client and the architect through a joint system of communication was done.To create a beautiful remodelled house, it was essential to create an extension to the ground floor connected to the garden. The introduction of bi-fold doors allowed a seamless, open-plan connection between the interior and the new garden. Major works were undertaken, including electrics, plumbing and carpentry. The top floor bedroom is a light space thanks to the roof windows and an open loft conversion. The wall height at the foot of the stairs was also reduced to allow more natural light to flood into the penthouse and down the stairwell for a brighter environment on both the lower and higher floors.
The project required a refurbishment of this listed building. The aim was to carry out the work in adherence to planning regulations while maintaining the character of the house.The success of the project relied on the balance between the careful refurbishment of period details and any new alterations required to enable this listed building to become an inspiring home suited to modern use. The work included refreshing wooden floors, cleaning chimneys and painting the walls. The whole project was carried out while adhering to listed building regulations.
This wonderful family house in quiet Denbigh Road is situated in the heart of Nothing Hill. For this project we were hired to help with completing decorating works. The service included interior plastering services and repairs for all surfaces. Furthermore, tiling, wallpaper hanging and wall painting works were undertaken. Thanks to the renovation, the house is filled with light. The high quality materials used make the house look elegant and feel comfortable to live in.
The project required considerably more space for his family along with a property refurbishment to improve the existing living areas. This involved a basement refurbishment to adapt the space into a gym. The work was demanding as it was performed outside the structure of the building.In order to create a sophisticated family home, there was a need to complete several refurbishment projects. It was essential to achieve extra space for an additional bedroom for the client, so creating a loft conversion was suggested. The house achieved a large kitchen, thanks to a new extension on the Ground Floor, which was finished to a very high specification with wooden kitchen furniture and stone flooring and has an indoor-outdoor connection with the garden.
The project was an extensive conversion of the Victorian property, a former Organ Factory, into a comfortable family home. This involved fitting an entirely new floor and re-shaping of the existing floors below to adapt them to the client’s preferences. Raising the height of the roof by the replacement of the wood structure provided an extra loft space.Remodelling of the Organ Factory consisted of moving the existing staircase and replacing it with a bespoke design. Using insights from property surveys and analysing how the property was being used, layout plans were devised that would meet the requirements of the client. The whole plumbing and electrical installation was created to fit the design.
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