Our Kitchen Building Projects
Creating Better Homes has its own team of bricklayers, joiners/carpenters, kitchen fitters, plasterers and plumber so we can deliver to the most exacting brief. We can reassure all customers that we use Gas Safe registered engineers where required and ‘Part P / NIC EIC’ registered electricians for all domestic work. On the domestic front our brief may be an extension, garage conversion, opening up your existing rooms, planning a kitchen supply and fit, bathroom supply and fit or simply creating a storage solution to suit your home. All of our customers, and their homes, are treated with great care and respect. We have a pride in what we do and seek to maintain our excellent reputation. Therefore, it is important that new customers are reassured by seeing examples of our work, from start to finish, both on the website and on our Facebook page. This, coupled with real customer testimonials, offers a complete picture of the first class service we offer. Here, you will find a selection of the projects we have worked on along with an overview of what each customer wanted to achieve with their space – essentially what our brief was. In each case we fulfilled the brief and delighted the customer ensuring we are truly, Creating Better Homes.
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The Brief: Due to welcoming their first addition to the family, our customers were keen to create a practical and stunning space for family living that had great access to their private garden. We designed the extension to be a modern light-filled space, creating a flat roof with canopy and installed twin Skypod roof lanterns above bi-fold doors. The new sits sympathetically alongside the splendor of the existing Victorian brickwork whilst retaining its own identity as a modern addition to the property. Needless to say our customers are delighted.
The Brief: As busy professionals with a young family, our customers were looking to contract a team who could manage their project from start through to completion by offering complete project management. There were various elements to the works including fitting of a new kitchen. The seamless service provided the customers with their dream space. Regular site visits and open communication ensured a successful job and happy satisfied customers who will both recommend us and use Creating Better Homes again.
The Brief: The requirement here was for an updated, spacious, family-friendly living space which maximised the use of natural light. A skypod was installed and we were able to capitalise on the views out to the garden by using some of the glazing and floor space which was previously a conservatory. The kitchen design works brilliantly and the old conservatory has been insulated and made into a year-round sunroom. Absorbing the dining element of the old lounge diner has created a cosy yet generous snug/tv room at the front of the house.
This is a recent kitchen and dining room refurbishment project we carried our for Mr and Mrs Prosser at their lovely home in Redditch. Our brief was to open up the space available to create a larger kitchen/dining area, then fit a new kitchen into the room. As part of the work we removed the store cupboard which was an original feature of the house. This had been used as a shed and was accessed from outside of the property. We turned this store cupboard into a full length window in order to flood the kitchen with natural light. We laid new flooring, changed electrics as required and installed new lighting. We refurbished the existing wall and finally, having worked with a local kitchen designer, we supplied and fitted a superb new kitchen.
The Brief: Having previously enjoyed a large kitchen in their former home our customers wanted to create a bigger open space for a new kitchen and also create a fabulous downstairs guest suite with Jack and Jill bathroom by converting the garage. Whilst there we were also asked to build a decked area in the garden and lay a patio from natural stone for low maintenance.
Overview: The customer brief was to sympathetically convert the existing coal store on a Victorian property in order to provide a relaxing sun room. This was to be linked to the home where the owners would have views into the garden. When we started the room was not habitable space and needed to be brought up to modern regulations for insulation, damp proofing and ventilation.