Building & Carpentry Services
We offer a range of building & carpentry services in Hampshire and surrounding areas to meet your individual needs. Whether extending your home, converting your loft or replacing your kitchen or bathroom, we have over 25 years experience in the trade. We provide bespoke, contemporary and traditional designs to give your home an individual look and feel. Based in Southampton, we cover a wide area, and are available for projects further afield where expertise and craftsmanship is of paramount importance. Let us dovetail our expertise with your aspirations. From basic home renovations through to sophisticated integrated design, we’d really like to hear about your plans and get involved.
Building services made easy
Our project management services bring together a range of trades including plumbers and electricians to ensure your project is delivered on time and to budget. We also provide a bar and shopfitting service for your commercial projects. We take pride in our work and ensure attention to detail on every project. We deliver customer satisfaction by listening to our customers and providing a service with integrity and honesty. If you’re looking for a company as passionate about your project as you are, get in touch today.request a quote now
What our clients say:
Simon worked extensively for us on a four phased residential refurbishment of our grade II listed home. This included all living areas as well as kitchens bathrooms and cloakrooms. He also worked for us on a full renovation of our barns/outbuildings in creating further new high quality residential and office accommodations. Simon is very professional […]Matt White, Hampshire, 2013
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Simon has carried out extensive work at my house transforming a pokey kitchen and un used dining room into a fantastic open plan space. Simon project managed the whole process for me and personally fitted my beautiful kitchen, flooring, appliances, and then decorated the whole area. I have always found Simon to be honest, down […]Julia Dawson, Hampshire, 2010