Ticehurst Conversion, Extension and Rennovation

2012 Master Builder of The Year, Southern Counties Award Winning Project.
An exciting project to be involved in that started out as an outbuilding conversion into a guest annex however the client was so please with the standard of work we were asked to carry out further extensions, extensive rennovation, fiting out and major landscaping works at our clients beautiful home in rural Ticehurst.

This project had it all, conversion, new extensions, rennovation, bespoke oak framing and luxuriously appointed and comfortable interiors.

Press release from FMB

The Master Builder of the Year Awards, a nationwide search by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) to find the best builders in the UK, is unique. Nominations must come from satisfied clients, and builders are judged on their technical ability together with their customer service skills.

Ben Mitchell is the winner for his work on a property in Ticehurst, creating a modern yet traditional guest suite / studio. Ben claimed the region’s prize thanks to a keen eye for detail, unfailing good humour and bucket-loads of enthusiasm for the job.

Ben will now go through to the national finals. The national winners of the eleventh Master Builder of the Year Awards will be announced by architect and TV presenter George Clarke, who will present the coveted accolades at a ceremony at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London on 20 March 2013.

Ron Willers, FMB Services Director for the Southern Counties, said: “This award gives clients the opportunity to thank their builder for going above and beyond the call of duty to complete the job and turn a potentially stressful experience into an enjoyable one. The standard of entries this year is amongst the highest we have seen and reflects the expertise, attention to detail and professionalism of the region’s builders.

“Ben should feel justly proud of his achievement in winning the award, and we wish him every success in the national competition.”

Reference from the Client

Mitchells Construction and Development Limited carried out the conversion of a dilapidated existing three car garage at our home.

The work involved a number of features including the erection of an oak frame to provide structural support, provision of under-floor heating; creation of a bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and the creation of new windows and doors.

MCD also carried out various external works in association with the project, a grass banked Ha-Ha wall and a Folly wall of traditional appearance together with a formal pond and related pathways.

We were and still are extremely pleased with the quality of the work and the final outcome.

We have since asked them to build a front extension in oak framing and a first storey bathroom with which we are also delighted.

I am happy to recommend the firm and Ben and Joe the people most involved in the works.

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