End of Terrace New Build, Wash Common, Newbury
End of terrace house completed in 14 weeks ... SC4 Carpenters Ltd receives glowing testimonial for rapid turnkey construction of new timber frame home at historic site.
On 2 May 2013, SC4 Carpenters Ltd began construction of a new two-bedroom timber frame house in Wash Common, Newbury - site of the 1643 English Civil War Battle of Newbury. SC4 worked alongside English Heritage during the groundworks ensuring a smooth transition through the archaeological site survey process.
On 15th May 2013 the groundworks and archeological works were complete. The following day the timber frame arrived and by the evening the roof trusses were erected.
In a glowing testimonial our clients thanked us for the “efficient, stress free and economic construction” stating “We would not hesitate to recommend SC4 to anybody considering a new build.”
“The project started at the beginning of May and we moved in by mid August. By comparison, a nearby property was having a two storey extension constructed in the traditional manner. The building works started during the same week as our groundworks and was still not completed by mid-November. We are in no doubt which method we prefer.
A passer-by commented yesterday that the house was ‘awesome’ and completed blended in with the existing terraced houses.”
“We would also like to compliment SC4 on their honest communication with us, which enabled us to make our plans without any concerns of late delivery of the project.”
SC4’s attention to detail and quality timber frame combine hassle-free construction with impressive eco-credentials which well exceed current building regulations.