Local construction and building company since 1988. House alterations and new builds in Kent.
Craymanor Ltd is a house building and construction works company based in Sidcup, Kent, specialising in garage and house conversions, conservatories, garage and loft conversions in South East London and across Kent.
Services offered include conservatory installations in a virtually unlimited number of materials to be used, and styles, to perfectly match your current exterior of the house. Conservatories we can deliver include: glass greenhouses, wood and brick modern or traditional conservatories; Victorian-style, Edwardian conservatories, L-shaped just to name a few. Such conservatories can serve the perfect family dining room, sunny garden office or be just the extra space you require for leisure or storage.
We are skilled Kent builders with a wealth of experience in house extension building, including double and single storey kitchen extensions, side house extensions, front and rear house extensions. We promise to adjust your new home solution to any existing design to fully complement your chosen style, whether it’s a modern kitchen extension or a Victorian-style rear house conservatory you are after. We are established one-stop architectural consultants that carry out each project from the initial phase of planning and the commence of site works until the very completion of the construction. We are proud to say that choosing Craymanor to carry out your house extension building leaves you in best hands. With each project we aim to deliver a house solution that exceed even the highest expectations for the best rates, not only in terms of exterior design, but also when it comes to functionality and longevity of components.
Craymanor Ltd have carried out multiple loft conversion works in Kent with all of our clients satisfied with their house and loft conversion solutions. We often rely on the word of mouth when acquiring new house building projects – we are local Kent builders renowned for their reliability and personal approach to each Client in order to deliver fully bespoke house extensions and conservatories that tick all the boxes.
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