Our customers can expect the highest standards of craftsmanship on every job, whether we are building a new home, converting a loft or remodelling a bathroom or Kitchen.
Our reputation for distinctive work and unparalleled quality in all conservation work is unquestioned. Attention to detail and scrupulous principle supervision are things we insist upon. G.W. Heath & Sons provide a full range of constructional services, without sacrificing personal attention to each and every job.
We excel in client communication as we believe clear and frequent communication is vital to completing a project on time and in budget. Our team consist of only honest and reliable people using quality materials. We work with a hand picked team of bricklayers, joiners and subcontractors whose standards compliment our own. Our selection of materials is always based on long lasting value.
All of our work is carried out to a very high standard of health and safety, backed by Strategic Safety Services HSE.
G.W. Heath & Sons Ltd is a registered member of the National House Building Council (NHBC). Membership is voluntary, but the NHBC carries out commercial and technical assessments of every applicant prior to confirming the status of Registered Builder.
As a Registered Builder we agree to comply with their regulations and ongoing assessments. These are conducted at key stages throughout the building process and we cannot hand over a home until the NHBC has carried out their final inspection. The new home owner will receive a NHBC certificate to prove that this has happened.
For more detailed information please see the NHBC website on: www.nhbc.co.uk
G.W. Heath & Sons is a member of the Federation of Masterbuilders (FMB). This trade organisation for small and medium-sized UK building firms promotes professionalism and high quality workmanship. Only builders who can prove their skills and good business standing are accepted as members.
To become a member we had to, for example, allow the FMB to collect references about us and had to prove that sufficient public liability and employer's liability insurances are in place.
You can find further information on the FMB website: www.fmb.org.uk