Our residential and commercial building projects range from simple home renovations to complex building projects. Home renovations and home extensions where structural integrity of the existing building is of a major concern; period homes where details are of great importance to restore your home or building to its former glory, architecturally designed extensions and renovations where quality and superior workmanship is paramount.
We understand the detail and finish required for period home renovations. We are well experience in the construction method of period homes in Melbourne. From the bluestone footings to the lime/cement brick mortar we restore, remediate and renovate period homes. We restore and replace period plaster cornices, ceiling roses and plaster details, restore or replace period home doors, architraves and skirting boards. We are well experienced in removing walls in period homes and completing building alteration and period home extensions.
From first contact you will receive the very best advice regarding your building project. You will be dealing directly with a professional licensed building practitioner. Who will oversee and manage your project through all the processes until completion.
With our own employed tradesmen only subcontracting out specialised trades gives us more control of the building process. Our courteous and considerate tradesmen are accustomed to working in occupied homes and are not only trained as professional trades, but also in being respectful and adaptive in sensitive and/or confidential environments.
We work with you to ensure your building works are completed with the minimal amount of disruption to your home and family.
Please call to discuss your building project or to arrange a quote for the cost of residential building constructions works, home renovations, home extensions and heritage building restoration works in Melbourne.
For more information on period homes in Victoria and what type of style of house you have please see below What house is it. A guide to Victorian housing styles published by The Heritage Council of Victoria. Provided here for information purposes only