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The Nelson’s Project

Grade 2 listed building

This is an usual particular type of job being in the main high street of a medieval 🏰 town Any physical material change needs full listed building consents and planning permission! So we cannot change the colour or material look 👀 in anyway shape or form!


It has to be restored using the same technique s and materials as was originally used!

No exceptions! Even the glass has to be the same - that’s exactly what we did!

20131 Grove Street

Hardwood Floor Restoration

Hardwood floor restoration should be done using methods that will preserve the natural color and grain of the wood. Not only will this increase the longevity of the wood, it will allow it to maintain its natural beauty and avoid unnecessary wear and tear. If you own a business, you can keep your building looking great by limiting wear and tear and improving the look and feel of adjacent areas. 

The Jefferson’s Lake House

Loft Extension

In the past few decades, loft conversions have grown in popularity. Many people take this route because it can be a relatively affordable way to increase your living space, and because it can be a fun project to do during a weekend or a big holiday. You can start this project yourself, or you can hire a contractor to do the work for you. Either approach has its benefits. If you choose to hire a contractor, you can take advantage of their expertise. They will know the right strategies for making your loft conversion as efficient as possible.

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