Renovations & Extensions

Whether the property is Grade II, Grade I, or indeed not listed at all, we first respect the building for what it is. From that point we can sympathetically rejuvenate, adapt, or extend the building to incorporate the vision and needs of our clients.

Every project is a prototype, as such we very much rely on the decades of experience held by our craftsman, together with their meticulous attention to detail, to implement bespoke solutions to any challenges they may face during construction. We believe anything is possible provided time and potentially money is available.

Our management Team carefully monitor the progress of the project ensuring clients are not only advised of any deviation from the programme schedule, or any variation to contract works, but that these matters are discussed in detail ensuring our clients are informed to the extent that they feel part of our Team.

Featured Project: Willow Court

An extention, renovation of a Grade 2 listed building. The house represents a significant part of the villages history. During the groundworks phase of the build there was an archeological watching brief. The cobbled road leading to the property was of archeological interest, and therefore required specialist protection from heavy site traffic.

The project involved a large extension to the west wing and a small extension to the east wing along with extensive refurbishment throughout. Stone and Stonefield roof slates were salvaged from the demolition of an existing extension and the demolition of garden walls. Additional stone was also required, sourced from a local supplier. The stone was carefully mixed to ensure a seamless continuity to the stonework. We also landscaped the gardens which included the building of dry stone walls.

The construction process was documented by our Project Album which we share with our clients and architects.