Bromley Family Home

Bromley Family Home

We have recently completed the design and refurbishment of a 4 bedroom Mock Tudor house in Bromley in Kent. The house about 15 years old was recently purchased by my client was in poor decorative order, especially to the bathrooms, an en-suite and family bath plus a cloakroom, all of which had suffered water damage. The brief was to turn the house into a home including a workspace for the client who often works from home.

Besides the bathrooms, major work was undertaken to the clients bedroom and dressing area, the 12 year old sons bedroom, hallways and landing and the newly organised office/study, living room and dining area which was integral with the conservatory.

Besides decorative works to the property, a feature fireplace in the living room, feature lighting throughout, additional wiring was needed in all rooms, to create mood and ambience and also from a practical perspective with additional sockets. In addition new wiring for the extractors in all three bathrooms were added to help with moisture and potential future water damage. All the radiators were replaced to ensure the heating system was as efficient as possible as well as a new storage cylinder for hot water as the system was upgraded to high pressure, to ensure a good bathing experience.

The success of the project can be summed up by the client’s feedback “I would like to thank you again for an excellent job throughout the house, which looks very stylish.”

Emile was highly organised and showed meticulous attention to detail. He coordinated the project with considerable efficiency. He was very clever in interpreting my instructions and foresaw and anticipated issues ahead of time. He understood the need to deliver a quality product. He took time generally to understand and to get to know our home and its occupants and took all this into account in planning the design. I am not at all easy to please but in a country (England) where quality craftsmanship and attention to detail is often patchy to say the least Emile was a breath of fresh air. I was very satisfied.

Mr Parikh
Bromley - Kent
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