Carpentry

Multipanel Bathroom Refit

This bathroom was dated and tired looking and needed bringing into the 21st century. We took the walls, floor and ceiling right back to the bones and transformed the space with waterproof Multipanel wall panels, porcelain floor tiles with electric underfloor heating and a sleek modern bathroom suite with a bath / shower, wall-hung basin, towel radiator and solid quartz windowsill. We are a registered professional installer of Multipanel products, find us on the Multipanel installer directory, or get in...

Mini Under Stairs Cloakroom

Easily the smallest bathroom project we've ever undertaken, this mini cloakroom is a great addition to this 2 bed semi-detached home located in Chorley. Featuring an ultra-low projection toilet and tiny basin, we've transformed this otherwise unused space. The walls are panelled using Jupiter Silver Multipanel wall panels, which are a completely waterproof and durable alternative to tiling.

  • Location:

    Chorley

Wooden Garden Pergola

Here's something a little different. This garden had recently been landscaped, but the wooden pergola had been put-together with undersized and untreated timber, which warped after just a few weeks. We replaced the warped timber with much larger pressure treated & graded timber more suited to its purpose. We also braced each corner with matching timber and re-enforced the original posts with stainless steel bolts. The finished pergola provides a beautiful and functional garden focal point and seating area, suitable...

Galley Kitchen Refit

This 1950s galley kitchen was opened-up to create a large kitchen & dining area, with discreet appliances including a waste disposal unit and dishwasher. The unique rainbow style RGB lighting is achieved using a combination of addressable LEDs driven using our own Raspberry Pi based controller board, and Philips Hue. The room is finished with a commercial grade laminate floor, oak veneer fire doors and staged with bespoke copper blinds, matching the copper accent of the kitchen accessories. We offer very...

  • Location:

    Colwyn Bay

End-Terraced Loft Conversion

This converted loft in a gable-end late 19th century terrace is an excellent example of the possibilities of even the smallest roof spaces. Even with the limited height, the new space creates a cosy bedroom area and makes optimal use out of a previously wasted storage space. The loft is split into two sections, the main room and a full-length "crawl-in" storage area. There is also extra storage space in one of the eave sections. The client was very keen to create...

Loft Conversion + Bespoke Staircase

This converted loft in a late 19th century mid-terrace is an excellent example of the possibilities of even the smallest roof spaces. Even with the limited height, the new space creates a cosy bedroom area and makes optimal use out of a previously wasted storage space. As part of the loft-conversion, we also relocated the door to the 1st floor bathroom to allow for a larger rear bedroom. A new landing area was created by partitioning the large front bedroom instead. This...