'When we build, let us think that we build forever.' Ruskin

our approach


We have long been passionate campaigners ensuring craftsmanship is handed down father to son. This is a tradition that ensures thorough solid training and that ancient skills are not lost.

Joiners working on a large timber frame repair.
the importance of utility

Re-purposing buildings is key to ensuring they fulfil their usefulness and in true arts and crafts style we pride ourselves on marrying the aesthetic with utility.

A traditional building surrounded by scaffolding to aid in repair work.
A modern converted interior with timber rafters, bespoke joinery and white walls and ceiling.
the importance of quality

As a family business our name is our business and we strive to ensure that name means quality.

Somerset Cricket Museum
In 2014 from Somerset Building Preservation Trust for Restoration of the Somerset Cricket Museum, the last remaining building of “Taunton Priory”
The Priests House
National award 1994 from the Federation of Master builders for The Priests House also The Building Conservation award from “The Royal Institute of Charted Surveyors”.
The Abbey Barn
“The Wood Award” winner of the Conservation and Restoration category for “The Abbey Barn” a Grade 1 at Abbotsbury in 2007.
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