Reinstatement works completed to fire damaged home

After an electrical fire caused damage to a home in Farnham, we were instructed to strip out, clean and complete the reinstatement works. This complex job required us to strip out the damaged rooms and complete a rigorous cleaning of the smoke and soot-damaged rooms using specialist cleaning techniques, including deodorisation using thermal fogging. We also needed to complete reinstatement works to all bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor and replace some damaged windows and doors.

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Craig Worboys Associates joins FSB

We are proud to have recently joined the FSB (Federation of Small Businesses). The FSB are a not-for-profit organisation committed to supporting small businesses and providing the tools and advice needed to help your business grow.
We are very excited to be part of the FSB and to collaborate with a network of like-minded entrepreneurs.

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Work starts at Ashcombe Parade

We are pleased to announce work has started this week on our latest project in Woking. Work includes repairs to the flat roof to the rear of the Sainsburys Local and the addition of a SIKA anti-slip product with guarantees.

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Structural repairs completed on home in Maida Vale

After a WW2 bomb destroyed the two homes that stood next to this property in Maida Vale, further structural repairs were needed to be carried out to stabilise the historic party wall further.
Works that were required included: Heli bar bracing/stitching to the side gable wall and render repairs. New timber A-frames were also required in the loft to tie the top of the gable wall in, as well as roof and leadwork repairs. Heli-bar strapping and brickwork stitching was also needed on the old chimneys to tie them back into the original wall. On completion, the entire rendered gable wall was finished in a storm-dry weather coating. Part of the project management of this job required party wall approvals and full scaffold design.

a new means of escape route created in a commercial building

Work is completed at a commercial project in Bordon

We have recently completed work on a commercial project in Bordon. We were employed to complete the project after the client renewed their tenancy, and a complete survey was carried out. The survey identified that the building required several updates to meet building regulations. We were tasked to install a new fire alarm system, create means of escape corridors and install new fire doors throughout the building and then seek full compliance certification from Building Control.


Contact Craig Worboys Associates today to discuss your project requirements.