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About Broadfield Construction
Broadfield Construction are a well establish building company with a wide range of building services to suit all jobs. We are located in Blackpool, Lancashire. If your looking for a builder in this area please contact us today. We also cover the following areas in Lancashire and further; Lytham St. Annes, Poulton-le-fylde, Fleetwood, Preston and Lancaster.
Our main building and joinery services include House Extensions, Renovations, Home Refurbishments, Property Maintenance, New Garages, Loft Conversions, Kitchens, Bathrooms and Contract Work. Please contact us for a quote today on 01253 421 835 or see our full list of services here.
As a building company, customer satisfaction is our main priority. We pride ourselves not only with providing our clients with a high quality, reasonably priced end product; we also ensure that the whole process is as enjoyable as possible.
We ensure that all of our clients’ requirements are met from beginning to end with free quotations, advice on planning, design and insuring that our clients are always involved during the project management stages.
Furthermore, due to our effective management of health and safety and our realistic work schedule and pricing, we can assure that our work will be carried out with the minimal disruption, on time and most importantly, on budget.
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