Internal and External Home Renovation – Moortown, Leeds
This project in Moortown, Leeds had many factors. As well as building a full extension to the rear of the building, we added a porch, fitted a new bathroom and landscaped the exterior spaces. The finished product left the house considerably larger, also benefitting from a much more modern exterior.
The extension to the rear of the property was created using materials that were very similar in appearance to the original materials of the house. This creates continuity in the design and doesn’t leave the house looking mismatched. We used similar brickwork and roof tiles to achieve this effect. The extension benefits from large windows and French doors opening onto the garden, creating a bright, airy and spacious interior. The new front porch complements the extension at the back of the house and leaves the house looking sleek and modern. We hung the new front door, which also has frosted windows running vertically alongside to give the porch some natural light. The addition of an outside light and hanging basket bracket completes the classic look.
The new extension and porch are complemented by the addition of brand new paving that runs around the exterior of the house. We used a range of landscaping skills at this Moortown property including the laying of new turf in the back garden. The new paving provides a continuous pathway around the property, altering the outside space into one large garden area.
In addition to the new extension, porch and external landscaping, we also redesigned a bathroom for this property. The bathroom was completely redecorated with a new, sleek design that incorporated modern touches into a classic tiled bathroom. We outfitted the bathroom with rectangular travertine tiles that complemented the matching, lighter floor tiles and lined up perfectly with the horizontal decoration on the bathroom mirror. We added strips of mirrored tile and a contemporary radiator to give the whole room a modern touch.
On this home renovation project in York, we fitted two bathrooms and the kitchen.
As well as fitting the bathroom appliances we did a lot of bespoke joinery work to achieve the look and layout the customer wanted. We built the structure for the shelving units which you can see in the first picture which were then tiled to match the rest of the bathroom. We also installed the door frames and hung the doors in the bathrooms.
The bathrooms were finished to a high standard using large travertine tiles. As you can see from the images a great deal of precise work was need to cut the tiles down so that they neatly fitted the areas around the bath and the bespoke shelving units we had built.
Our carpentry skills were also used on the kitchen in this house where we fitted the top and bottom kitchen units. More tiling was done on the splashback area between the top and bottom units to complete the look of the kitchen.
This shelving unit was a bespoke joinery job. We built the shelved from timber first and then tiled them to fit in with the rest of the bathroom.
The customer specified the use of high quality travertine tiles in their new bathroom. As these were relatively large tiles some careful cutting and shaping was needed to fit them around the bath.
As well as fitting the bathroom in this house we also did the kitchen fitting. As well as fitting the kitchen units this involved doing the tiling to complete the look.
This kitchen fitting project was at a house in the Headingley area of Leeds. The home owner wanted to achieve a sleek and modern look for their new kitchen and had chosen minimalist kitchen units with a gloss finish to them. These kind of kitchen units require a massive amount of attention to detail and care to install as they show up the slightest imperfections straight away.
To complement the sleek look of the kitchen cabinets we fitted high quality black granite worktops we then finished off the kitchen with a combination of high quality porcelain tiles with crafted border tiles and cladding on the ceiling.
We, and the homeowner, were very pleased with the end result.
This project was done for a commercial client in the Halton area of Leeds. The client wanted the entrance to their bar and function room area remodelling. We worked with a designer to create a smart new look for the bar’s customers. We did the extensive paving work leading to the front entrance, including paving the steps. As this was being done we installed the steel lighting columns which discretely light the pathway and built the walls which guide visitors to the entrance. In order to create the best possible impression for the bar we also re-glazed the entrance area. The finished project gives the visitors a much better first impression at the start of their night out.