Our customer asked for some additional space with lots of light. We created a orangerie with 3 large windows, French doors and a glass roof.
Demolition of existing out buildings.New extension built into hillside in matching stone. Note ground level.
Major alterations to single story bungalow, we created a first floor bedrooms and bathrooms with complete refurbishment throughout.
Here we created a large family living area with a kitchen designed for entertaining. Bi-fold doors were to installed to bring the garden into the living area.
A start to finish project from architects drawings, planning and building work to kitchen fitting and completion.
This project in Monk Fryston was an extension to the living room, kitchen, utility and garage.
We sourced the stone to match the existing stone, as you can see from the pictures the extension looks part of the original house.
Project undertaken by Carecraft Building Services in South Milford. This was a 70's style three bedroom bungalow which was in need of renovation. As pictures show we raised the roof level to create a first floor living area and now the dwelling has six bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
The external existing brickwork was coated in Webber one coat render which gives a more modern look to the dwelling.
This barn was in the grounds of a previous Carecraft building services project. Our client asked us if we could convert their derelict barn into a separate form of living area for his daughter.
The barn was in a poor state of repair but working alongside our architect and structural engineer we converted the dwelling into a living area
This barn was over 200 years old and in a poor state of repair.
We were asked to convert this barn into a family home, whilst retaining some of the original features from inside and out. Upon completion our client was extremely pleased with the finished dwelling.
We have experience in many projects from Historic Building Restorations to the modern day construction, working on listed buildings using natural building materials to structural alterations and repairs.
Here you will see pictures of restoration to brick work on Allerton Hall which is a grade 2 listed building. The pictures show how it has been repaired incorrectly in the past, using sand and cement mortar to the window reveals and areas of sand and cement pointing, as you will see for yourself the areas of spawled and cracked brickwork.
Rainwater entering your walls and entering internally into your dwelling causing damp above windows, doors and water on the window sills, can be caused by numerous problems: