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Domestic property alterations in Stalybridge

We were tasked with reconfiguring the first and Second floors of a domestic property in Stalybridge, Tameside.

On the First floor, we created a dressing room and Large en-suite bathroom off bedroom One, We installed and tiled the new high-end bath suite and we also re-plumbed and re-wired the affected areas with modern smart sockets and switches which can be operated by mobile phones. We created and plastered soundproof partitions around the external walls and we finished the rooms in bespoke plaster coving and skirting boards to match the existing finish. Finally, secondary double glazing was installed to minimise disturbance from the busy road outside.

In the main family bathroom, we removed the shower cubicle and replaced with an all singing all dancing automated smart shower pod with jets and sprays, bells and whistles, the full monty.

On the second-floor loft room, we partitioned off an area to create a new en-suite bathroom, we installed and tiled a new high-end bath suite with Bath, shower cubicle, toilet, sink, and vanity. Again we re-wired the area to a high spec with all wirelessly controlled lights and switches.

Staircase fitted and complete

Replacement Staircase in Stalybridge.

Take a look at this replacement staircase we recently fitted in a rental property in Stalybridge no more creaky old stairs. If you are thinking of replacing existing stairs or adding a new staircase as part of a bigger renovation or building project, this is a substantial job both structurally and visually.

When considering a new staircase, you need to think about the materials you like and the style you wish to achieve. Traditional wooden staircases are always warm, look great in almost any home, plus can be painted or stained to suit. But there are also many modern steel and glass designs for those looking for a more contemporary look. When choosing the materials, it really all comes down to your available budget and personal preference. Whatever material you choose, it will have to comply with current Building Regulations if you are having a new staircase rather than simply replacing an existing one.

The stairway construction must be strong enough to hold your weight while allowing comfortable access to the second floor. Also, on entering many homes the staircase is immediately visible, so needs to look great too!

If you need to replace your staircase and need a quote call 0161 465 9112