Do you want to work with us? Cause we’re hiring
We are looking for experienced joiners to join our team.
The applicants must be able to work with timber framed kit extensions. They must have experience making and erecting kits, as well as First fix and Second Fix joinery.
All applicants must have clean driving licence and their own transport. You will be working within the Lanarkshire area.
Please contact us via telephone if interested in applying – Call us on 01698 902010.
🛠️ Do you want to work with us? Cause we’re hiring 🛠️
We are looking to recruit an experienced ground worker to join an established company within the building industry. You will be part of a grounds crew, responsible for excavations for foundations.
Applicants must have experience with drainage, concrete and be able to read architectural drawings. The applicant must be hard working and reliable. Drivers Licence and own transport is essential.
If you wish to apply, please do so via telephone on 01698 902010.
⭐ WE ARE FINALISTS ⭐
We are extremely proud to announce that we are finalists in two categories at this year’s Home Improvement Awards.
We have been nominated for awards in the ‘Best Building Contractor‘ and ‘Best Extension/Conversion Company‘ categories.
We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who voted for us! We really appreciate all your support!
The only person who can really answer this is you. However, we can give some guidance to help you reach your conclusion.
Adding an extension onto your home is a big decision, particularly because there’s a lot to consider. One of the biggest considerations is choosing the right builder to complete the job. Before extension work begins, you should find out as much as possible about your builder and what their work on your house will consist of. We’ve listed 5 important questions to ask a builder before building an extension.
When customers approach us about extending their homes, there can be a number of different reasons to do it.
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There’s a lot to consider when planning and building a house extension. If not carefully thought out, the whole project can quickly end in turmoil as a result of careless house extension mistakes. To help you with maintaining a smooth operation, we’ve listed the 7 most common house extension mistakes and how you can avoid them.
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