Mansfield Home Improvement Company – Throughout Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire

Mansfield Builder Conservatories Renovations Home Extensions Property Repairs BuildworksAs a local property repairs company with over 30 years experience in home improvements, we understand the importance of making your house truly feel like a home. Based in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, most of our customers are around the Sutton in Ashfield, J28 M1 areas, across to Derbyshire and towards Nottingham outskirts in Woolerton and Basford.

From expanding your living space to updating tired spaces, there are many ways to make your home both functional and aesthetically pleasing. We’ve outlined the most frequest jobs we get booked fors, including home extensions, wall knocking down, exterior render, roof tile refurbishment, kitchen remodel, and underfloor heating.

Home Extensions – Walls Knocking Down, Internal Rooms Redesigns

If you’re looking to increase your living space, a home extension is a great option. Whether you need an extra bedroom, a larger kitchen, or a more spacious living area, an extension can give you the space you need without the hassle of moving. Save costs on removal companies and stamp duty by calling Buildworks today, you can contact us online at any time.

One of the most popular types of extensions is a rear extension, which is added to the back of the property. This type of extension is perfect for creating an open-plan living and dining area or for adding a kitchen. If you have a small garden, you may also consider a side extension, which can increase your living space without taking up valuable outdoor space.

Knocking an internal wall through to an adjacent room is a great living space improvement project that can help create a more open and homely feel for everyone. By removing internal walls, you can create larger, more open rooms that are perfect for modern living. We have found that our customers hire us when their family is expanding, to add a children’s playroom or nursery.

For example, you may want to remove a wall between the kitchen and living room to create a more open-plan living area. This can be especially useful if you entertain frequently, as it allows you to interact with your guests while you cook. Alternatively, you may want to remove a wall between two bedrooms to create a larger master suite.

Home Improvement Company Mansfield Builder Property Renovations Sutton Kirkby in Ashfield Refurbishments Domestic Commercial Chimney New Roof ReplacementStone Chimney Repair and Rebuild with Repointing

Repointing works to a stone chimney stack which forms part of a listed building dating back to the 19th century.

All mortar joints were carefully cut out and prepared for raised pointing works to match the existing property.

In the 1900s in Great Britain, a variety of stones were used for chimneys and house construction depending on the region and availability of local materials. However, some common stones that were used during this time period include:

  1. Sandstone: Sandstone was a popular choice for house construction and chimneys in many parts of England. It is a durable and relatively easy-to-work stone that comes in a range of colours.
  2. Limestone: It is a softer stone than sandstone but still has good weather-resistant properties.
  3. Granite: Granite is a very hard and durable stone that was often used for building chimneys and more ornate buildings.
  4. Slate: Slate was sometimes used for roofing and chimneys, particularly in Wales where it is abundant. It is a hard, dense stone that is resistant to weathering.
  5. Brick: Although not a stone, brick was a popular building material for houses and chimneys in Great Britain in the 1900s.

Pinxton Bunglalow Home Extension and Property Refurbishment

The scope of works included the installation of underfloor heating

  • All foundation and new concrete screeded floors incorporating a wet system underfloor heating
  • New lounge extension with a floor space of 70sq metres.
  • The roof construction was a continuous vaulted ceiling with steel ridge beam and associated structural steel supports
  • A newly tiled roof and aesthetically positioned remote control roof lights
  • All new windows and doors in white UPVC, with an aluminum set of Bi Fold doors leading to a patio area.
  • Refurbishment of the existing bungalow included formation of new wall positions to make maximum use of the available space
  • Complete internal property electrical rewiring
  • New bathrooms and new plastered walls and ceilings
  • Replacement modern internal doors, new hinges and handle and installing into the doorways
  • Lastly, 2nd fix joinery work, installing finished timber products, such as doors, skirting boards

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Home Improvements, Energy Efficient Insulating the Exterior

Buildworks are here to offer advice when you are planning your next home improvement project. Here’s some more information for when you’re ready to invest in enhancing the look of your property aesthetics, whilst potentially lowering your annual energy bills.

One option is to have the exterior of your home rendered. This involves applying a layer of cement or a similar material to the exterior walls, which can improve the appearance and insulation of your home.

Rendering is a great option if you’re looking to improve the look of your home without spending a lot of money. It can also help to improve the energy efficiency of your home by reducing heat loss through the walls.

Roof Tile Refurbishment, Whole Roofing Replacement and Major Repair projects

If you see visual signs of water damage, or even mould in certain areas in your bedroom or attic ceilings, completely refurbishing your old roof is another option to consider. This involves replacing old or damaged roof tiles with new ones, which can improve the look of your home and protect it from the elements. We will also check the strength and health of your roofing joists.

If your roof tiles are old or damaged, roof tile refurbishment is an important home improvement project. Not only will it improve the appearance of your home, but it will also help to protect your home from leaks and other damage caused by the Great British weather conditions.

Home Extensions – More Kitchen Space

The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your home, and a kitchen remodel can be a great way to improve both the function and appearance of this space. Whether you want to update your appliances, install new countertops, or change the layout of the room, a kitchen remodel can be a great way to achieve the results you want.

One of the most popular kitchen remodel options is to install new cabinets and countertops. This can help to modernize your kitchen and give you more storage space. Additionally, you may want to consider installing new appliances, such as a new refrigerator, stove, or dishwasher, to improve the functionality of your kitchen.

New Underfloor Heating and New Boiler Installation

Installing underfloor heating with a new build home extension will include laying pipes and cables for the underfloor water heating. This type of heating is installed beneath the floor and provides warmth throughout your home, even in the colder months. Underfloor heating is a great option if you’re also looking to replace an old boiler at the same time with a combi boiler.

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