Created by Perfect Symmetry

PROJECTS JUL - SEP 2017

As part of a new build development the new heating system was 1st and 2nd fixed with a Worcester Bosch boiler. The new water services were later installed along with the bathrooms and shower room. ​

A redevelopment of a large section of the ground floor on a detached property involved, removing a dividing wall, structural steel work being installed, bricking up of an external door, relocating the kitchen from one room to the new larger room, turning the old kitchen into a dining room. Alterations to the fireplace to accept a cooker. The floor was levelled and a liquid DPM laid. Karndean flooring, re-wiring, plastering.
​The cottage dates back to the early 1800's so struggles with natural light, the customer took the opportunity to install an additional window whilst the work was being completed. 
Installation of kitchen units with Granite worktops, plumbing alterations including relocating the mains internal stop tap, fridge freezer and wine cooler supplies. LED down lights, new skirting boards, the extractor hood was hidden within the chimney breast, decoration and tiling completed this project. ​

Another returning customer, we had remodelled the kitchen earlier in the year, this time it was the main bathroom which was due for an update. The work included removal of existing, plastering, moving the bath, basin and toilet, installing a P shaped shower bath, wall tiling and flooring. The final touches were completed with the installation of a vanity unit and large mirror. ​

As part of a refurbishment on one of our own properties, we completed a wide range of work on this 2 bedroom bungalow in kidsgrove. Work involved, Asbestos removal, re-wire, full gas central heating, fully plastered, new fire place, alterations to the driveway including fencing and tarmac drive. New bathroom, kitchen, tiling, flooring, fully decorated, loft insulation and a new front door. ​

Working with Cheshire East Council saw this property in Sandbach brought up to a better standard. The property has been empty for many years and remains empty. The Council were brought in to help make the property have more kerb appeal. The garage doors were replaced, new windows to the front and side, guttering, removal of many over grown trees and shrubs and levelling the garden.