The owners of Plumtree Properties have a further education and hands on experience of working in the property market since the 1990’s and over this period of time we understand how important it is for home owners to maximise the value of their homes. Homes are more than just homes, they are the financial stepping stones of life, they are a statement, they are inheritance for our children…and they sometimes beat the Jones’!!
Our expansion and experiences with Plumtreee Investments Ltd has lead to an increasing number of enquiries for a trusted and proven building partner, whether it is:
- Home refurbishment
- Painting & decorating
- Kitchen fitting
- Bathroom fitting
- Electrical work
- Plumbing work
- Garden/exterior clearance
- Brickwork repointing
In addition to home improvement and refurbishments, we have skilled teams of tradesmen able to undertake medium-term packages of work such as:
- First AND second fix dry-lining
- Plastering & skimming
- First AND second fix joinery
- Kitchen and bathroom fitting
- Wall & floor tiling
Our approach is always simple and honest:
- We will only take on, what we can do.
- You know the cost before we start.
- We strive to finish to a high standard as if it’s our own home.
- If we can’t help you, we will try to recommend someone who can.
We are local, trusted and proven.
What our clients say:
August 2016; Building Partner, South Yorkshire:
"I wish we had trusted Plumtree in the first place rather than going for what was a cheaper option on first examination. At the 11th hour they rescued my project and enabled me to deliver on time - top skilled labour, thanks Plumtree"
October 2016; Doncaster based construction company:
"Outsourcing packages of works to Plumtree was a leap in the dark, but it worked and I've used them again. Whether it was dry-lining (A* service), plastering & skimming, or a joinery first fix, their guys did the job, and did it well. Long hours worked, grafters, good standard."
Call us on 07989 420 291 and speak to Damian Hicklin – what have you got lose apart from the price of a phone call?