House Renovations

Many people renovate homes to create a new appearance for their home, or so another person can live in the

Wood is versatile and flexible, making it the easiest construction material for renovations, and wood buildings can be redesigned to suit changing needs.Few homeowner or professional remodellers possess the skill and equipment that is required to alter steel-frame or concrete structures.


Forest certification verifies that wood products have been sourced from well-managed forests. Most certification programs provide online search options so that consumers can find certified products—the Certification Canada program includes a search option for all of the certification programs that are in use in Canada.

In North America, most structures are demolished because of external forces such as zoning changes and rising land values. Additionally, buildings that cannot be modified to serve the functional needs of the occupants are subject to demolition. Very few buildings in the continent are demolished due to s2013-02-02 16.57.45tructural degradation.

The Athena Institute surveyed 227 commercial and residential buildings that were demolished in St. Paul, Minnesota, United States (U.S.) between 2000 and mid-2003. Thirty percent of the buildings were less than fifty years old, and 6% were less than twenty-five years old. The four top reasons for demolition were “Area redevelopment” (35%), “Building’s physical condition” (31%), “Not suitable for anticipated use” (22%), and “Fire damage” (7%). Lack of maintenance was cited as the specific problem for fifty-four of the seventy buildings where physical condition was given as the reason for demolition

residence. Builders often renovate homes because it is a stable source of income

Shop Fitting

We specialist in turn key packages helping you deal with all aspects of retail shop fitting and your retail store development objectives. With a complete range of services for the retail leisure and commercial markets it’s no wonder that we partner many major High Street names.

With Our in house designers you can visualise your store including fixtures and fittings in state of the art 3D renderings. This way you know exactly what you’re getting and there are no nasty surprises.

From conception through to completion our Management and designers will guide you through the entire process, giving you a single point of contact allowing you to get on with your business.

Keeping ahead of your competitors is fundamental to success in any business. 




HELLO Our team of experts has the ability to deliver all forms of construction projects. From large new build developments to complex extensions we can offer our services on either a traditional or design and build basis.
When it comes to styles, the choice seems never-ending, but bear in mind the function of the room when making your decision. If it’s a bedroom, then maybe the hollow 6 or 4 panel doors are fine, but you may wish to consider a ‘safe and sound’ (filled-in) format as this gives a certain amount of acoustic protection and feels more solid. A kitchen door may need to be part-glazed or maybe a fire door. Living room doors should be ‘safe and sound’ to keep the noise from the TV out of the rest of the house. You may be pushing the boat out and considering oak veneer or hardwood internal doors. These can look fantastic against sympathetic décor, but bear in mind that commonly these have only a 6mm lipping (the edge), so if more than 5mm needs to come off the sides they may require a suitable veneer. Whatever your requests or ideas, I am happy to advise you on suitability.
If you want to change your main entrance door or back door, consider please the old adage: quality endures long after price has been forgotten. It usually costs no more in labour to fit a quality door than an inferior door. Look out for ‘M&T’ on the label which stands for mortice and tennon; this is the method of construction that is both traditional and strong. Cheaper doors are doweled and will not last. A quality hardwood door, properly painted or stained and periodically maintained, will last for many years. Main entrance and back doors are usually 32” or 33”, and always 44mm thick. Again, older properties may have narrower or wider doors, the 3ft Regency or Victorian being examples.