Where the old built cardboard was covering over the stairwell hight. The scars made good with plaster and plasterboard. The boxing over was requested to make a bedside table to which the bed will be placed. Finishing off with the skirting.
The customer wanted to remove the wall dividing the sitting room and the diner.
The scars are plastered and made good. Nice…
The customer wanted the decking extending and have a summer house built on it.
Here is a photo story of the work in progress.
Looking great. No not me, the decking and summer house. Just needs painting.
The front step to the Summer House has rotted away and need replacing.
So after measuring up and removing the rotten timbers, some of the main suports and frame had to be replaced aswell, l finished off with the end result.
I reckon there’s another 20 years of life there.
The customer wants this old decking dismantled and cleared away.
Using a chain saw and a circular saw l quartered the area and stacked it ready for the rubbish collection.
Now it time to get the rubbish removed. These are the guys and girls to get the job done.
This was the shed that used to be on the decking.
The wood is rotten on the old lintel.
So time to cut out the old lintel and replace with new timber using g an acro bar hired from Andy Hire.
Once lve cleared and cut the new timber to size, fitted and replaced back the tiles that had come loose, it was time to paint and finish off the job.
Mostly I am working in lived in homes, it’s great when you have and empty house to decorate but that’s not very often the situation. So, it’s important to have the room cleared as much as possible and get those dust sheets down covering all surfaces including the bed!
Clean and good quality dust sheets are alway used.
I move the heavy furniture to the centre of the room so I can work round and be able to reach the middle of the ceiling with an extended poll.
There, job done.
By the looks of things this leaking has been going on for sometime as the water has now soaked the plasterboard and the skirting, which in made of MDF.
So, time to get to work. I have removed the damaged plaster and skirting and pulled back the flooring to allow to dry. I have also removed the shower screen as this is where the water is getting through. The shower screen needs a new seal and lowering a bit as the gap between the screen on the bath is too big.
There, job done, just needs painting.
The few bricks have been damaged here and the customer wants them replaced with new. So of the MKM to get new bricks to match in with the existing. Might be a little tricky as there are thousands of different colours and sizes.
There job finished, and tidied up, not a bad match..
The carpet is to be fitted but before this can happen the floorboards are in a bit of a state after the pipe work was fitted for the central heating.
So time to messure up and get some 6mm ply.
Having measured and cut the ply into the edges and around the door entrance it’s time to screw down.
There, job finished and all ready for the carpet to go down.
I have just received this award for being in the top 3 of best rated Handyman in Stockton on Tees.
The customer wants to have the garden shed renovated within the budget. This will include new felt on the roof with replaced roof sidings, painted and any rotten timbers replaced.
Good Evening Chris,
Thank you so much for all of your hard work today. We are so happy with all you have done.
HELPING TO KEEP YOUR PROPERTIES AND HOMES WELL MAINTAINED. CHRIS AT ASHTONS HANDYMAN SERVICES PRIDES HIMSELF ON COMMITMENT TO PROVIDE A PROFESSIONAL AND SPEEDY SERVICE AT ALL TIMES, WHILST MAINTAINING THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF WORK. CLEAN, TIDY AND RESPECTABLE.
Chris’s goal is to meet and exceed the expectations of every customer. Working for property services, home owners and landlords in Stockton on Tees and surrounding Teesside areas in the North East England.
The extended part of the upper fence was added to to creat more privacy from the onlooking neighbours.
The guttering has fallen off and is not now positioned under the tiles to catch the water.
Time to get a ladder and take some measurements. The fascia board is partly missing at the end.
There job done, and the rain water is running off into the gutter which has a gentle gradient towards the down pipe.
The assembly of one gym muscle building equipment.
The boxes are opened and the parts are displayed. The instructions are always hard to read and one needs to think ahead as how the unit it going to work with regards to how the various parts are to be fitted together.
Three hours later, the unit is assembled. If I was to assemble another same unit, I recon I could do it half the time.