The bathroom looked really dated, no insulation, and overall a terrible looking bathroom, old grotty shower cubicle with a moody power shower, hot water was from a tank with hardly any pressure and way not enough for a bath. So all was gutted and replaced with a brand spanking new everything! This post shows an extensive set of photographs as well as a couple of videos shot showing the various stages of the renovation with commentary explaining the stages of the work
Archive for Joinery
Cottage Entrance Porch
A Cottage with a tired porch, now all nice and tidy!
The old porch looked a little used up to say the least
A very unusual project, a bespoke cat run leading from the main building to a garden summer house for cats only.
Rounded Bath Tubs Cladding
One of the more challenging job, when all is but straight…
The tub cover was too small and not held in place at all. Just floating.
Cladding with vertical tongue and groove and there you are, nice, clean and beautiful cover, just needs painting…
Work by Bib’ll Fix it.
In the past 3 years We haven’t stopped being busy, so busy that this website was neglected, well, here is a quick gallery of major projects in the past few years. I cover most trades except wall papering, plastering (large areas) and Slabbing…
New Project – Canopy over house main entrance
A new and interesting project has just been completed, the erection of a canopy over a house entrance. The build is made to measure and it can be made in any shape and size. Due to weather conditions to upper part could not be stained, but will have the same colour as the side bannister when done.
Garden Barrier with Gate
Another example of work undertaken, mini fencing.
Bespoke bedroom wardrobe
A recent job in Dunblane. new wardrobe on he end of a room, the final product has sliding doors…
A kitchen refurbishment, at a property in Fallin, new worktops all round. as well as new sink and new tap.
A new Client in Bridge of Allan, hired Bib to fix a skirting board that was missing from a newly build wall partition, two obtuse angles at 45 degrees had to be carefully cut to fit, all done without a hitch.