I need to re-wire a property in Milford Haven.
Please get in touch to arrange a time for you to have a look and give me a quote.
Feedback for Shorts electrical
Nick did the work but some parts of the electric installation are not working, some fuses blown out after he left, some lights not working. He claims it's not his fault... I don't know who's fault it is.
khripko 19th Sep 17 Neutral feedback
I need to replace an old heat-only boiler with a new one.
The new boiler is a similar heat only boiler but condensing model. I already bought it and everything is ready to be installed. New boiler model: Ferroli Optimax HE Plus 18OV.
We can pay 300gbp for the work in cash
Please contact me...
Feedback for Davinci-Engineering
Work done quickly and professionally, I am very pleased with the results. Thank you.
khripko 19th Jan 17 Positive feedback
Need to install one wooden door, a door into a flat. It should replace the old door that has been broken.
Feedback for TOTS Carpentry Ltd.
Thank you very much, great service!
The idea not to replace the door, but to repair the old one instead was brilliant.
khripko 7th Dec 08 Positive feedback
I am thinking of the way gutters are done on the facade of my building:
Please have a look at the Google street view - my building is the one with the Select sign on it.
I am currently repairing the facade and thinking what shall I do with the gutters that go across the dormer windows.
Looking forward to hearing your suggestions
Thanks in advance
I need to make the facade of this building look good again.
Please have a look at the picture attached and kindly let me know your thoughts.
Link to the photo:
What shall I do with the render on 1st and 2nd floors?
As I understand taking it off completely and re-doing will trigger building control and I will need to insulate the wall to modern standard. I don't want to get involved with building control at this point.
Do you think it is possible to repair the cracks and somehow paint it so that it looks good?
What materials / paints do you recommend?
Kitchen in the council estate flat (leasehold) is separated from the living room by a very thin wall, partially made of glass in timber frame. I want to move it by approx. 1m to enlarge the kitchen and make the new wall more solid and sound proof. Do I need any planning permissions if the flat is in the ex-council block of flats and is a leasehold? If yes, what would be my first steps?
I already tried to ask the appropriate departments of the council, but they are not helpful. Are there any private companies dealing with this? Thank you