About Tudor Construction Services Ltd
We are a local property improvement and refurbishment specialists with years of experience in building trade, development and maintenance. Customer satisfaction is our priority and we will always go an extra mile to provide you with highest quality service making sure you get the best value for money. Our professional knowledge and experience guarantees your project will be run efficiently and you will receive a quality finish you expect.
|Full refurbishments - Demolition of supporting and non supporting walls, RSJ metal beams and concrete lintels installation - Loft conversions, Single Story and Double Story Extensions, Outbuilding Construction, Sheds, Garage and Garage Conversion, Re-plumbing, Re wiring, Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas...Working close with your Local Council Building Control Team.|
All of our workmanship is fully guaranteed. All work is to highest standards and conforms to Building Regulations. CORGI (Safe Gas), NICEIC (Electrical Safety), FMB (Federation of Master Builders ).
Busyness Insurance: - 5 million for Public liability insurance, - Employers liability insurance, - Professional indemnity insurance.Give us a call on 0771 525 8066 (mobile at any time), and 01277 525048 (9am to 5pm office hours) for a free no obligation quotation or send us an email with your requirements, and we will contact you.
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