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14th October 2019
Beauly

This renovation began in November 2018 and ran for a full 10 months - during this time, and due to the fact that not one part of the building was left untouched, the clients placed their furniture and belongings in storage and moved into a rental property while the work was carried out. This renovation, […]

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14th October 2019
Pikefish Lane

This project was the extension and remodel of a 14th century listed cottage in Laddingford, Kent. The objective was to extend the property in order to give the clients a proper family kitchen, renovate their downstairs bathroom, replace wiring and plumbing and heating system, remove an exterior wall and create an interior partition between two existing […]

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14th October 2019
Great Tilden - Bathroom

This project was the full refurbishment of a loyal client’s family bathroom suite in their listed manor house. The last work we did for this family was their kitchen, which we won a regional award for in 2017. The clients had designed the bathroom themselves, with a little help from an interior designer friend of […]

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14th October 2019
Little Hickmotts

This job was for another regular client in another listed, period property. Despite the size of the room and the fact that it was technically a kitchen, it got very little use. The clients used a smaller area for food prep. The main reason this room was rarely used, was because of the huge beam […]

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13th October 2019
Maypole Barn

This project was originally to convert an unlisted barn into a three bedroom residence for a client of ours in Goudhurst Kent, who we have previously done an enormous job for before. The barn is on their land and they intended to use it as a holiday let or a residential let. The project changed […]

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27th August 2018
Federation of Master Builders Members

WHO ARE THE FEDERATION OF MASTER BUILDERS? The Federation of Master Builders is the largest trade association in the UK construction industry, representing thousands of firms in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Established in 1941 to protect the interests of small and medium-sized (SME) construction firms, the FMB is independent and non-profit making, lobbying […]

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27th August 2018
Federation of Master Builders - 2016 Regional Winner

In 2016 Bridgehurst Builders won the South East region's award for 'Best Kitchen Project'.

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27th August 2018
Federation of Master Builders - 2014 Regional Winner

In 2014 Bridgehurst Builders won the South East region's award for 'Best Bathroom Project'.

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27th August 2018
Federation of Master Builders - 2012 Regional Winner

In 2012 Bridgehurst Builders won the South East region's award for 'Energy Efficiency'.

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25th July 2018
Wordsworth House

This listed building in Ticehurst, has for hundreds of years, been two business premises. Anything from a gardening shop to a solicitors. Originally of course it was just one house, and while our clients were living in the property and had been for a number of years, they wanted it put back to how it […]

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