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All about Tuckfield Construction Services LTD

Finding a reliable building firm can be a tricky business these days with so many around and so many horror stories of when it all goes wrong on TV and in the media you are left wondering who you can trust.

But anyone thinking of renovating their home need look no further than Worle-based Tuckfield Construction Services, a growing business which has just become a limited company and has a string of credentials and testamonials under its leather toolbelt.

The business is run by Chris Tuckfield, who has been in the construction business since leaving school 16 years ago, with the assistance of his younger brother Jacob, who is currently finishing a bricklaying apprenticeship, studying at Weston College. TCS Ltd is fully qualified and insured for all building work but specialises in extensions, renovations, brickwork and blockwork and loft and garage conversions, priding itself on attention to detail and a quality job and finish.

Chris also has extensive experience in carpentry and roofing, installing new kitchens, bathrooms and orangeries. The pair, who have two fully-equipped vans and have worked for local organisations as well as private clients, also take on landscaping projects including fencing, patios and decking. The business is expanding fast with a strong customer-base across Weston widening to surrounding areas, leaving Chris confident he will soon need to train a new apprentice.

Chris said: “TCS Ltd has the benefit of being a small, family business providing reliable, quality workmanship at affordable prices. “I think this is important in order to maintain the personal touch and attention to detail we already provide. “Little things mean a lot to the customer, like keeping things clean and tidy as we go along. “Communication is also key with customers and we regularly liaise with suppliers, contractors and neighbours to keep everyone in the loop. “We firmly believe in quality over quantity every time.”