Tradesmen in Finchley, London

Finchley area of North London, in the London Borough of Barnet, is covered by Robuild tradesmen. Church End, Finchley Central, East Finchley, North Finchley, Totteridge, Mill Hill, Muswell Hill, Hendon, Golders Green, Highgate,Whetstone, Friern Barnet are also areas covered by our builders, plumbers, electricians, carpenters, painters, decorators, roofers.

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Radlett Tradesmen

London Tradesmen cover Radlett, Elstree and Borehamwood

If you are looking for a Builders in Radlett , Plumbers in Radlett, Electricians in Radlett, Roofers in Radlett or any other trades, contact us.

Some residents complain that Radlett is undergoing unnecessarily building and gas works, but our tradesmen like the lack of congested roads compared to London. If we say that the electrician, plumber or builder – will be with you at a certain time – it will be. Most of our tradesmen spend hours stuck in traffic, it has became a major issue in the last 10 years.

World Architecture Festival

World Architecture Festival is the world’s largest festival and live awards competition dedicated to celebrating, and sharing architectural excellence from across the globe.

Now in its fifth year, the World Architecture Festival has welcomed over 8000 attendees to date. WAF 2012 is the most packed World Architecture Festival date with more seminars, keynotes, crit presentations, learning and networking opportunities than ever before

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Artificial Grass & artificial lawns

Artificial turf is a surface of synthetic fibers made to look like natural grass and used on residential garden lawns and commercial applications as well.It requires no irrigation,trimming or heavy maintenance.

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Our gardeners and landscapers can install artificial turf in your garden, we offer complete service, from removing the old grass and subsoil to installing the artificial lawn.

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New Planning regulations on extensions

Under Government proposals, a three-year exemption from planning permission requirements, people who wants to build larger and bigger house extension, up to 8m long for detached homes and and 6m for others, can now do so, without Planning Permission. Building Regulations still apply for any building works, house extensions, garage conversions, loft conversions.

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Tradesman unpaid for Dumfries House restoration work

A tradesman claims the he fitted 40 hand-made doors and windows at the Georgian mansion in Ayrshire and he hasn’t been paid for the works.


SEVEN years ago, Prince Charles announced plans to rescue a stately home in Ayrshire and kickstart the local economy.

He formed a charitable trust to raise £45million to save 250-year-old Dumfries House from being sold off at auction – and put £20million from his own foundation into the pot.

But a craftsman who helped the prince realise his dream of renovating the 18th century building claims he is now being forced out of business – because he is still owed payments from the main contractors.

The main contractors, Paisley-based Taylor and Fraser, were awarded the contract to restore the buildings and landscape the 2000-acre Knockroon estate in time for the official opening but subcontracted much of the work out to tradesmen.

Jim, who owns JJ Building Refurbishment in Airdrie, won a £43,000 contract to fit the doors and windows and hoped it would earn him a Royal Seal of Approval to give his business a much-needed boost.

But the 53-year-old claims that Taylor and Fraser, who handed him the contract in February, still owe him around £10,000.

Jim and his eight-strong team completed the job in time for the opening in April.

He said: “I was over the moon when I got the chance to work at Dumfries House and put all my other work on hold for it.

“They asked me to supply doors and windows before the opening and I nearly killed myself meeting those deadlines.

“We all worked our fingers to the bone because we thought it could be the start of great things for the business.

“I was hoping for the Royal Seal of Approval because they were delighted with the work and praised it to the hilt.