Month 2 of works at Croft Green, Attleborough, sees the extensions and porch rise from the footings. Timber studwork walls boarded, felted and battened are erected, openings for windows and doors formed. Hand cut pitched roofs with decor beams have been fitted, as well as a large box gutter to the adjoining main house.
September was a very busy month both physically and mentally as full works started on 2 extensions, a new porch, and internal building works at Croft Green, Attleborough.
Work began by demolishing the existing conservatory and rear extension:-
Footings were dug, concreted, and concrete blocks laid:-
New drainage runs and soakaway were dug out, drains cut, laid and backfilled. The existing old mains drain runs were also replaced:-
Insulation, damp proof membrane, hardcore and concrete completed the slabs. The final week of the month saw timber studwork walls and roof of the porch being cut and fitted, whilst a new patio and path were also laid:-
Another busy month began by fitting built-in wardrobes with cashmere full height interiors and mirror doors at Skeyton Road, North Walsham.
At Rosa Close, Spixworth, I fitted a recessed timber stud wall to form the end wall to a new bath/shower, and new window board.
I completed a number of works for a Norwich Bathroom & Kitchen company including doors, linings and architrave at Munnings Rd., Norwich, and at Staden Park, Trimingham. I also fitted a new kitchen window, hardwood French doors, and a frame at Surlingham.
A return to White House Farm, Langton Green, saw me fitting Velux roof lights and completing timber studwork walls and plasterboarding.
I’ve also carried out site visits and prepatory work for 2 extensions, a new porch, and building works at Croft Green, Attleborough, starting work proper from the first week of September.
This month’s work was mostly for a Norwich bathroom and kitchen company, and included fitting a new oak bathroom door complete at Douglas Close, Catton, whilst at Botesdale I stripped out a timber and glass framework, infilling with timber studwork, then plasterboard infilled an existing archway to form a new dressing room, and cut in a new doorway to a bedroom wall to create a new en suite bathroom.
A fantastic fortnight in Crete was over far too quickly and work then began on forming a new bathroom and hallway in an old farmhouse at Langton Green, Eye:-
The month of June started with finishing off the new built-in wardrobes at Banningham, and mirror screen wardrobes at Grange Close in Hoveton.
I have been successful in gaining future works which include new wardrobes and interior at Skeyton Road, North Walsham (in August) as well as 2 extensions, a front porch, and other alterations to a home in Attleborough (from September onwards).
I have also completed a number of works for a Norwich bathroom and kitchen company, including replacing a bathroom window in Drayton, fitting a new bathroom door complete in Dickleburgh, re-hanging a bathroom door (to open out) in Caister St Edmund, as well as fitting new drains and decking at Proctor Road, Sprowston.