Find specialist Tradesmen in your area which hold a wide range of specific products.
For all project sizes a brick contractor will construct walls using bricks or block or stone. Specialist bricklayers can be found for particular work such as creating bespoke styles or patterns within the brickwork. Also pointing and re-structuring work can be carried out including garden and boundary walls.
It is important to look for electricians who are NICEIC or equivalent approved to ensure the work carried out will be fully certified. The work which an electrician can complete includes socket and switch installation, fuse box and wiring replacements, intruder alarms, electric showers and underfloor heating.
Not to be confused with a carpenter, joiners are highly skilled in cutting and shaping timber then joining together to make the required item. This can range from timber frame structures for houses and windows and door frames. Some joiners remain true to traditional methods of craftsmanship where others employ modern technology to enhance production times.
Painters & Decorators
For those who require the perfect finish and precision decorating from ceilings to walls and floors, a painter and decorator will ensure the final touch is flawless. Specialist contractors will use both old and new styles and techniques where the age of a property is a factor. Re-decoration and updating old colours across just one room or whole building requires the expertise of this type of contractor.
Modern plastering techniques enable plastering to be completed in relatively short timescales with the use of plasterboard but older homes require skill and sensitivity when uncovering and replacing lath and plaster or lime walls.
As one of the most sought after contractors across the UK, a plumber will fix some of the most common problems within a building from a leaking tap to the full installation of a new heating system. Whether for commercial or domestic situations plumbers usually offer a range of services in order to reduce the number of contractors you.
Stonemasons use both artificial and natural stone and rock to create a huge range of individual pieces and structures from simple headstones and sculptures to entire buildings.