The washing machine and tumble dryer were moved to another part of the house thanks to careful plumbing and core bore drilling.
The prime challenge was that the pipework, which needed a complete change of layout. The electrics and pipework also needed to be kept out of sight. We added bespoke floating shelves and custom tiling.
See how we added a walk-in shower to the bathroom of this customer's home in Farnham.
See how we transformed a bathroom suite to fit the victorian style of the house with a victorian style basin and toilet and replica victorian style tiling.
See how we turned an old bathroom in Mytchett into a room anyone could be proud of.
A re-fit of the gents and ladies toilets in a community centre in Mytchett.
A client in Binfield needed to replace their worktop in an existing Nolte kitchen.
We removed the stud wall and built a new stud wall with a replacement door. The room had previously been a wet room, so there was an element of dampness under the floor when ripping out which needed to be addressed.
See how we transformed a customer from Farnham's kitchen into something much more modern and with many more storage options.
The existing bathroom had been without a toilet and a second toilet in the house was a needed benefit.
The project had to be stalled due to lockdown but thanks to careful planning we were able to continue work shortly. Luckily, the customer also had another bathroom they could use.
We gave the ensuite to more light by removing a stud wall in-between the shower and toilet.
See how we transformed a tired kitchen and utility room to a modern kitchen with an island, resulting with being able to cook and look out on to the garden.
The shower enclosure was curved so it was a challenge to fit the shower panels, everyone was pleased with the outcome.
This refurbishment became a great example of a contemporary bathroom.
This job featured a full internal refit in a garage conversion, complete with the installation of a utility and shower room.