Property Maintenance Portfolio...
Our team of skilled local tradesmen do not stop at kitchen fitting and bathroom installation, they can also improve your garden living space - allowing you to make the most of living in glorious Sussex! Please click on a thumbnail image below to enlarge a photo. For more examples of our work and customer testimonials, please contact us.
Decking, Patios & Driveways
Fitting new decking or laying a patio are great ways to expand your living space and make the most of your garden all year round. We can also maintain, repair or pressure-wash your existing decking and patios to give them a new lease of life.
Alan's Decking in Durrington:
Alan wanted a decking area where the family could entertain easily as well as enjoy summer sundowners. The deck had to be slightly raised with a minimalist step in and out of the house with easy access to the garden and side of the house. The deck was laid with invisible fixings avoiding the repetitive sight of screws in the top of the deck. Alan went with soft wood for the decking build to keep within his budget.
Sue and Keith's Decking in Moulescoombe:
Sue wanted her "conservatory" as she called it repaired or rebuilt. It was the width of the house but unfortunately less than a meter deep and of no real use. Finding out that she didnít use the garden much due to the "lack of sun down there and the sun only reached the conservatory", we came up with the idea of getting rid of the "conservatory" and creating her a nice open sundeck to use. She had never thought it possible due to the layout of the garden and itís many levels. The raised deck was built flush with the floor level of the old structure and going out 3 meters x 3 meters with stairs leading down to the lower garden. The sides of the decking were enclosed and had a hidden door on the side allowing them to utilise storage space underneath. Sue chose Balua Hardwood for the deck not only for the stunning colour and look but also durability and ease of maintenance.
“The sun deck is an absolute dream. It has made such a difference.”
~ Keith and Sue, Brighton
Bryn's Driveway in Goring:
This project involved ripping out the old tarmac drive, front steps and the rest of the front garden. Bryn wanted a new block-paved drive wrapped around the front of the house with a space incorporating a new flower bed for their roses. The job went off without a hitch and another very happy customer.
Karen and Tash's Patio in Lancing:
Karen and Tash wanted the old grubby, uneven patio replaced with Indian sand stone in a random pattern. The patio had to be able to accommodate a large hot tub and plenty of entertainment. It was decided that approximately 7 metres by 8 metres was needed.
Property Maintenance & Odd Jobs
The Handymen Sussex offer a complete range of services, from re-wiring a faulty light fitting or switch, plumbing, painting and decorating, to extensions, roofing repairs, and much more...
Jean and Jazz's Porch & Front Garden in Lancing:
Jean and Jazz wanted us to tackle their front garden and porch. The garden was so overgrown, suffocating and blocking out the light from the house. They wanted the trees out and flower beds created using 2 x 8 treated timber. They still wanted a boarder around the garden and we decided on a post and rope system. They did not want an all new UPVC porch that would change the appearance too much. We stripped down the rotting porch and roof and then started on rebuilding the new porch and fitting a new roof.
Robin's Extension in Deal:
Robin wanted a very good colleague, Nicholas Cooper, to build an extension onto the back of his new holiday home. It was to include a w/c and laundry room, Velux windows and as much openness as possible to let you feel like you were in the garden even though you are not, including cutting a new big opening to flow through to the new kitchen. We worked With Nick on this project from the start to completion and I think the quality and standards we strive for show again here on this completed extension.
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