Anthony Carpentry and Building Services Ltd are a family-run construction company based in Hughenden Valley, near High Wycombe. With two decades of experience in all kinds of building work, we are the premier renovation and refurbishment specialists in Buckinghamshire and beyond.
We also have considerable expertise in kitchen and bathroom installation, improving our clients' homes within a large radius of High Wycombe. We have a team of skilled, experienced tradesmen who deliver high-end, professional workmanship to the top industry standard.
Anthony Carpentry and Building Services have builders, carpenters, joiners and property maintenance experts on our team who can assist with decorating, flooring and all other types of bespoke interior work. Many of our clients in the High Wycombe area return to use our company on a repeat basis.
Our company offer complete building and installation services and can complete any specification of exterior building work. We have dedicated designers and builders who work together to create property extensions or to build loft conversions. We also have previous experience working on listed and heritage buildings. We also have the know-how to take care of any of your administrative requirements (e.g. for a new extension). This includes planning applications, compliance with Building Regulations, and even permits for leaving skips on the roadside.
Kitchens and bathrooms are another speciality service of ours. Our knowledge and experience allows us to fit out room spaces in a multitude of styles, including traditional and contemporary, to suit the taste and budget of the customer. We carry all remedial building work and cover everything from the fitting of new baths and sinks to the installation of wet rooms and suites.
Anthony Carpentry and Building Services Limited cover a wide radius of our home in Hughenden Valley. While High Wycombe is a principal service area, we can undertake renovations, refurbishments and installations in the following areas:
- High Wycombe
- Princes Risborough