So most of the internal work is going to be mine and I reckon in total it is about 3 months work. I will be doing stud walls, creating en-suite bathrooms, creating a beautiful new, large kitchen, creating new furniture for the bedrooms and the living room.
Refurbishment of a retirement home
Oak is a hard wood and like most woods is expensive. What other options are there?
The best option is to be creative with the space that you do have. There are a couple of ideas, which are worth considering:
Designer, contemporary bathroom
Creating this bath panel for a customer seemed expensive, but compared to their other options it was a considerable saving.
It can be a difficult decision as to whether to repair or replace a shed. Quite often the cost of repairing an outbuilding in comparison to buying a new one, appears to be out of proportion.
to receive a review along the lines of “Graham Malkan offered good customer service, listened to what we thought we wanted and designed and installed what we required. He provided expert advice which improved our vision and undertook the work with care and attention to detail which led to a stunning finished product.” Words similar to those always make my day from a customer.
For anybody that just requires electrical work then I would recommend DJL Services. Certainly, should you commission me to undertake work that involves electrical work, then I would recommend that you allow me to organise DJL Electrical Services to undertake the electrical installations required.
I would therefore like to reassure my clients as to the measures that I am and will continue to take to ensure that I am not a risk during this period of lockdown and beyond.