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Barn conversion with a new extension.
A1 Complete Builders was awarded this contract due to our experience in conversions and cob renovation work. The project consists of a new block and beam floor, for the new kitchen and dining room area and a complete restoration of the existing cob barn. The client is one of our previous happy customers who lives in St Allen.
Phase 1: To be completed by end 2019
Phase 2: Will commence mid 2020
A1 Complete Builders were awarded contracts to convert this old barn and build 2 further extensions by our existing client.
The barn has been stripped leaving the stone walls in situ, block built up gable end and a Glulam beam fitted with timber frame dwarf walls built to increase height and enable two bedrooms to first floor. Construct walls and fit wooden staircase. Also benefiting with underfloor heating run by a ground source system, three 50 meter trenches with coil pipes connecting to a manifold.
The first extension is one storey timber frame again with a Glulam beam fitted supporting rafters. Construction of a bedroom ensuite with family bathroom and lounge.
Underfloor heating installed again all run by ground source heating. The second extension is a new kitchen being built later this year.
Duration of time on site – 12 weeks
We have been awarded a contract to convert a loft in to a en suite master bedroom to include two dormers. A steel frame to be fixed in place then fixing new floor joists and construction of the dormers. The usual insulation and internal finishes. Winder stairs supplied by D.J. Newman. All materials sourced locally. Plumbing by C.G plumbing & Heating and Electrics by York Electrics.
Duration of time on site: 12 weeks
A former boat house Converted into a residential house a few years ago and has now had extensive work carried out with an internal steel frame fitted, all joinery supplied by Charlestown Joinery.
Internally finished to a very high spec with The Kitchen/Bathroom studio, Threemilestone, Porclin Plank bathroom tiles floor to ceiling, Kitchen fitted with high gloss units and finished off with Granite worktops. All internal doors fitted with solid oak.
Duration of time on site: 10 months
This Hay/Grain Barn was converted in 2006 with all Granite stones excavated on site and dressed by a local stone Mason. Exposed stone work internally and exposed original beams.
This small Barn was extended with a stone Extension to the rear and a 20 square meter Conservatory to the side.
All Floors were finished in solid Oak and Solid Slate flag stones.
Duration on site: 6 months
A court yard of Barns converted as a joint venture in 2004.
These Cow sheds were converted to a very high standard using locally sourced materials, joinery work was supplied by Top Notch Joinery. Original beams exposed and Delabol Rag slates roofs all graded and original.
These Barns sold between £140,000.00 – £200,000.00