This past week I was having a discussion with one of our clients about her lovely big fat cat and the cat flap/door. This reminded me of a past client who had a similar situation. The past client was instructed by his wife to ask us if we had considered the cat flap. Picture the scene. A group of builders having their morning meeting (tea with loads of sugar) and the husband/client has to inform us that we need to consider the cat and it’s exit and entrance. The poor chap really wanted to ask a builder question and join us in our progress meeting (tea drinking with lots of sugar, discussing last nights game). We did ask if this was a serious request in the diplomatic way only a builder/football authority can.
I have been drawn to comment on the news recently about the government considering legislation for home owners to make their homes more eco friendly by way of legislation and tax.
Oliver James Garden Rooms is once again flying the flag for Milton Keynes’ design and build with the announcement that we have been shortlisted for The International Design & Architecture Awards 2015. Hosted by leading interior design magazine design et al, The International Design & Architecture Awards reward the best in design from across the globe. Oliver James Garden Rooms has been shortlisted for the ‘Best Glazed Extension’ award for our Rousham Garden Room.
Happy New Year. I wonder when it is that we feel we can’t wish people a Happy New Year. My guess would be 15th January. Unless of course were Orthodox or Chinese!!
I have been drawn to write this piece in order that I can help clarify some regulatory points on a glazed roof/ extensions conservatory.
Firstly a bit of history on conservatories…