Why choose Saunders Brothers?
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When you choose Saunders Brothers you are choosing skilled, experienced craftsmen who proudly create stunning homes finished to an extremely high standard.
We are passionate about building and the quality of our work. We know that, however hard we try, building works will disrupt your home life, so we’ll always talk to you about what we’re doing and we’ll keep the site clean and tidy too. That means less mess, which is also much safer, and site safety is always our watchword.
So whether it's a new build, renovation or extension, please give us a call to discuss your dream home and making it a reality.
If this is the first time you have embarked upon a building project for your home there are a few considerations that are worth thinking about and discussing with your partner and/or family.
A written contract? Do we really need one?
We do many successful jobs for happy clients without any written contract, but a contract can be very useful because:
A contract tells all parties exactly where they stand.
A contract guides both sides through alterations, additions and variations.
If the event of a dispute, a contract tells you where and how to get judgement.
The Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT), is independent, experienced and fair. Their standard Homeowner Contracts are well written and in plain English.
A clean site is a safe site
Saunders Brothers take pride in keeping their sites as clean as possible because:
A clean site is a safe site. Rubbish left lying about is a huge cause of accidents.
Sometimes Clients suffer the accidents. We hate to put our Clients in danger.
You want mess and disruption to your home kept to a bare minimum.
Health and Safety
Do we really need to talk about health and safety? Yes. We take it very seriously because:
Construction sites can be very dangerous places but they don’t have to be.
Accidents can happen to site staff, visitors, clients or even the public outside the site. We care about everyone’s safety.
British construction sites are the safest in Europe. We want that statement to be true tomorrow as well as today, so we try to play our part on all our sites.
Safety is achieved by regulations, by responsible management, by good training and skilful staff. We think that’s why our safety record is so good.
That makes sense - so can the homeowner help with that?
Yes, and we’d be very grateful for your cooperation.
You, your children and friends and family visiting you are specially at risk because you’re not experienced in construction hazards.
In some ways a client’s home is the hardest type of site to keep safe. We can’t lock you out! We often can’t keep the working area fully fenced. Please keep everyone outside it at all times.
Please remember, the driver of construction plant has to concentrate on his work as well as moving about the site. If you keep well away, the consequences of him possibly making a mistake won’t be so serious.
Please keep well clear of plant and work when arriving home in the car.
Our staff will always try to remember your safety, but their minds have to be on their work. Please help by keeping well away.
If your home was built before 2000, it needs an asbestos survey before work starts because:
It’s illegal to work on a building that might contain asbestos without checking for it and managing it properly.
It’s best for you to know what asbestos you have in your home.
We don’t want to cause any danger to our staff or to you.
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Frequently asked questions by homeowners
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