This repair was carried out at Gladstone Pottery Museum on behalf of Stoke-On-Trent Council. The existing wall was carefully dismantled and the brick work dressed to be re-used where possible. Where replacement bricks were required these were sourced from a local reclamation yard. A lime mortor mix was used in the rebuilding of the wall.

An adapted kitchen was installed at this address along with a  new level access door, decking and all associated works to bring the kitchen upto a modern standard. Including, electrical alterations, plastering, joinery and decorating. ​

Alterations to this property included removal of the internal dividing wall between the old kitchen and rear siting room. The steel sizes were calculated by a structural engineer and installed with building regulations approval. Other work included the removal and bricking up of the old back door. A new boiler, consumer unit replacement. The kitchen was re-wired and plastered. 
The kitchen was installed with tiled splash backs and solid wood flooring, which ran into the family room and front entrance hall.

A returning customer had now decided to upgrade their shower room to aid in daily activities. Work included removal of the old, new toilet, basin, a low access walk in shower enclosure and shower wall boards. Finished off with a new vinyl floor covering. 

A this separate shower room and toilet was upgraded by completely removing and stripping back to an empty shell, before 1st fixing for the new requirements of the customers design. A walk in shower with glass deflector panel and vanity unit were installed to the freshly tiled walls and floor. In the separate toilet a new vanity unit and designed radiator were installed.