Monday, 22 October 2018

Help with home improvement and design

EVER thought “I must get round to doing those home improvements” or “We really do need

EVER thought “I must get round to doing those home improvements” or “We really do need a new makeover for the home”?

Perhaps you have been thinking about a new kitchen or bathroom. With the new year ahead and perhaps some free time over the festive break, now is the time to start planning for them.

GD Evans Interiors can help with all aspects of home improvements and also assist with design ideas.

Although the firm are kitchen, bedroom and bathroom design and installation specialists, they also carry out all aspects of home improvements including complete home makeovers.

Whether it’s a simple room redecoration project, new flooring, a new kitchen or bathroom, internal structural alterations to gain extra space or an additional bathroom or cloakroom, they can assist with all these and more, including new electrical and heating systems.

They fully project manage all aspects of the design, supply and installation too, so there is no need to get involved with organising separate trades and ordering products. So many things can go wrong — and delays occur as a result — so why not leave it to the professionals?

They will get it done for you, on time, within budget and hassle-free. With many design options and products available on the market, they can help with the design by providing images for the rooms via their CAD system and associations with many quality manufacturers of home improvement products.

They also guarantee their installations and are official members of the iKBBI (Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom Installers).

So treat yourself and your home this Christmas to what you have been wishing for. All designs and quotations are free of charge too.

Call Gary Evans on (01491) 244244 or email to arrange a survey — and you can look forward to a new year with new interiors.

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