The project had to be delicately completed over three phases to ensure minimum disturbance to the client whilst they continued the use of their property.
The garage was converted into a two bedroom separate annex that could be used by guests visiting the client. This had a separate heating and power system as well as completing the installation of a bathroom and kitchen. The property was fully plastered, pointed, decorated and the floor coverings installed to allow the client to use this as accommodation whilst the major works of phase 2 were completed.
The main building was fully remodeled internally with walls being taken out and rooms being redesigned. The property was fully rewired with a new heating system being installed which also included solar panels and a solid fuel fire. The joinery workshop designed, manufactured and installed a bespoke Oak staircase, as a feature to the grand entrance hall, as well as replacing all the windows and doors with new bespoke pieces. The finish internally was immaculate leaving the clients so extremely happy that RDF was instructed to undertake the third phase of the works.
An extension was constructed to the rear and side of the property to extend the kitchen and create a DDA compliant sun room. This involved the construction of stone cavity walls alongside steel portal framework to give the client the internal space that they desired. The internal areas were fully finished by RDF including the electrical works, plastering, decorating and floor finishes. The external landscaping works which included a large, stone retaining wall, patio areas, repairs to existing dry stone boundary walling, planting, turfing and tree works were also completed by RDF.
The clients also commissioned RDF to design, manufacture and install a bespoke Walnut shaker style kitchen. All the units were created by RDF’s skilled craftsmen and the units spray finished to the colour that was pre-agreed with the clients.