A new bay window was added to the gable wall which forms part of the lounge and has lovely views of the surrounding countryside. Substantial structural work was carried out, with the existing kitchen wall being removed to form the new opening into the extension.
High quality bifold doors were installed together with a beautiful bespoke oak front door.
A new storeroom was also created.
Existing wooden decking was removed and new composite, maintenance free, decking was installed with integrated lights.
This project involved the renovation of the existing traditional circular outhouse and construction of new roof thereto, refurbishment of existing stone outhouses and the new construction of large stable block, offices and utility facilities complete with a feature arched entrance and clock tower. Site work included construction of large paviour yard area, stone well feature and fencing. Drainage included bio-disc mound system with peat pods and a very large soakaway installation.
The project involved large scale earthworks, retaining walls and site preparations and the complete construction of a new dwelling house involving all trades. Site works included bio disc drainage installation, stone paths, ramps and patio works, specialist engineered retaining walling, steps, timber decking, handrails and fencing.
The project involved site preparations and the complete construction of a new dwelling house involving all trades. Site works included mains drainage installation, stone paths, ramps and patio works, stone boundary walling and fencing.
This project involved the internal refurbishment of the listed St John’s Episcopal Church including replacement flooring, creation of toilet, office, function facilities and structural glass internal foyer enclosure. Specialist work included repairs to stained glass windows. The glass work was done in partnership with our sister company, McLeod Glaziers.
This project involved the construction of a new Orangery/Dining Room extension to the front of the Hotel. Works involved the joinery manufacture of the timber double glazed units, specialist rooflights, formation of slabbed external areas and steps.
This project involved the removal of the existing roof structure, alteration of wallheads and contruction of new roof containing two bedrooms, both with en suites. Alteration to the ground floor included installation of new joiner made oak stairs. The project also included some demolition work and construction of a new double garage.
The rear entrance to Bar Forty Four was upgraded to provide a separate entrance to the venue’s Late Lounge. The existing concrete area was broken up and removed and then reinstated with a monoblock driveway. Composite fencing, gates and canopy were erected to create a more attractive and secure entrance.