PROJECT GALLERY

Extensions &

Conservatories

If you are looking for extra space to extend your home, whether it is a conservatory, a new kitchen, building over a garage or having an entire second storey built onto a home, an extension will change the character of that house. Ian Nurden Ltd can handle the entire extension process working with you to create drawings as well as all the planning and design completing the project with the all the detail and the finishing touches.

House extension - grittleton, wiltshire

Removal of conservatory, constructing new kitchen with bedroom over.

cottage extension - kington langley, wiltshire

Removal of conservatory/garden room and erection of a 2 bed extension with extended sitting room, with the extensive steelwork to carry the roof to give vaulted ceiling bedrooms.

OAK FRAMED EXTENSION - upper seagry, wiltshire

Extended kitchen/dining room with oak framed building and a new sunken patio reusing the existing patio slabs. This also shows where we had to pump concrete over a garden wall.

Extension – Yatton Keynell, Wiltshire

2 Storey extension to create large sitting room and bedroom ensuite over, also created sunken patio.

Orangery – Startley, Chippenham Wilts

Construction new oak frame orangery with slim line metal windows to enhance the character of the building.

INNOVATIVE

CONVERSIONS

We have innovative ways to increase the value of your property by making them more spacious and more practical. We specialise in the conversion of domestic garages and lofts to convert the space into anything from extra bedrooms, home-offices, games rooms, children’s play rooms, a larger kitchen, a gym, a Granny annex or even a home cinema.

BARN CONVERSION - ATWORTH, WILTSHIRE

This was a commercial workshop/barn prior to conversion, and has now been extended and turned into a 3 bed property.

BARN CONVERSION - langley burrell, wiltshire

Grade 2 farm house and outbuildings, where we extensively renovated a semi-derelict building into a family house with annex in the outbuildings for a disabled person.

Cow Shed Conversion - Dauntsey, Wiltshire

Conversion of a very derelict cow shed, into a 2 bed accommodation then returned some 8 years later to extend the barn to create an annex.

RESTORATIONS &

RENOVATIONS

Ian Nurden Ltd is also a building restoration and stonemasonry contractor specialising in working on historic buildings such as churches and other heritage properties. Using appropriate materials and craftsmanship based around traditional restoration techniques and modern refurbishment methods, we complete our restoration projects to complement the original building.

ANGEL HOTEL - CHIPPENHAM, WILTSHIRE

Removal of old concrete roof, reconstructed new lead roof and refurbished balustrading all to comply with listed buildings.

GREAT SOMERFORD CHURCH - CHIPPENHAM, WILTSHIRE

Reroofing of main church to comply with faculty, front elevation stripped and relayed with existing good tiles from the rear to make up short fall, supply and fitting new stone tiles to the rear elevation, also removal of old floors and laying new limecrete ready for tiling.

MANOR STABLES - LUCKINGTON, WILTSHIRE

Reconstructed large section of roof due to failure of steelwork.

NEW

BUILDS

We are a developer of quality superior family homes of lasting value with innovative designs. As a privately run house builder, whether you want a traditional cottage or a large family home. We can also safely remove the current building, disconnect feeds from utilities and prepare the groundwork for your new home.

BUNGALOW BUILD - Luckington, WILTSHIRE

Constructed a bungalow for retired builder in the garden of his former home, dividing the properties with large natural dry stone walls built in traditional way, front elevation of bungalow was built in natural stone, the rear in bradstone and created a resin drive to the front of the property.

AUTUMN HOUSE - MALMESBURY, WILTSHIRE

One of our many new builds built in our development company, where we let the building into the embankment about the old station yard, and over looking the cricket field. This was a 5 bed property over 4 levels, with a gym down stairs with its own shower facilities along with a number of voids to the rear to create wine stores etc, along with its own boiler/plant room and large double garage. The kitchen was bespoke hand made with a 2 m square island along with granite worktops.

NEW detached house - MILBOURNE, WILTSHIRE

This is one of 3 detached properties we built after having to clear land prior and is the largest of the 3 properties all fairly similar. It has a welcoming entrance hall with oak flooring which leads in to the well proportioned sitting room with a feature fireplace. This is decorated with Bath stone surround with inset and gas fire.

Roofing

We carry out Natural Stone Tiling and all aspects of roofing, from repairs and reroofs on modern and old properties, rebuilds of chimneys and lead work, resin and industrial roofs, all works carried out to the highest standard of craftsmanship and safety.

Great Somerford Church - Chippenham, Wiltshire

Reroofing of main church to comply with faculty, front elevation stripped and relayed with existing good tiles from the rear to make up short fall, supply and fitting new stone tiles to the rear elevation, also removal of old floors and laying new limecrete ready for tiling.

Repairs - Holy Rood Church, Rodbourne, Malmesbury, Wiltshire

Carry out repairs to roof where the leak had rotted away battens felt and rafters, and replaced stone tiles where necessary, removed damaged weather vane and sympathetically restored back to original and refitted.

Kingston St. Michael Village Hall - Chippenham, Wiltshire

Stripping off old tiles and Relaying roof in plain clay tiles.

Purton - Wiltshire

Reroofing of stone tile cottage.

Listed

Buildings

Ian Nurden Ltd has a considerable experience of restoring many different types of listed building. All our work with carried out with exceptional care and attention to detail and always in accordance with listed building and planning regulation. At every stage works are always carried out sensitively to preserve the property’s historical character resulting in all our Listed Buildings being satisfyingly restored to their former glory.

Stanton Manor - Chippenham, Wiltshire

Oak pergola designed for outdoor wedding ceremony’s.

Barn Conversion - Langley Burrell, Chippenham

Grade 2 farm house and outbuildings, where we extensively renovated a semi-derelict building into a family house with annex in the outbuildings for a disabled person.

Manor Stables – Luckington, Wiltshire

Reconstructed large section of roof due to failure of steelwork.

WESTONBIRT GIRLS SCHOOL - TETBURY, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

Restoration/Repairs of chimney stacks along with roof repairs.

Restoration - Cirencester Park Mansion House, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Replacement of lead valleys, replacing sections of roof with new welsh slate, repairs to bathstone chimneys, replacement of glass dome, repair/replacement of lath and lime plaster ceilings.

Modernisation - Estate Office, Cirencester Park, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Removal of section of wall and fire places on ground floor, supporting fire places chimneys above with RSJ’s modernising the office with glass partitions and screens and main entrance door.

commercial

customers

Ian Nurden Ltd offers commercial building services specialising in new construction, renovations and fit outs of office premises. Our commercial building projects include office buildings, schools, councils and church organisations other commercial construction.

sheldon business park - chippenham, wiltshire

Pictures of the 2 warehouses we build 3 years apart for the same client and architect, steel framed buildings clad in Bradstone erected in car parking area.

tractor shed - grittenham, wiltshire

On the outskirts of Brinkworth, the erection of a timber frame tractor shed with fibreglass roof to house tractor and implements, built off a concrete raft.

Hale Vets, Chippenham, Wiltshire

New entrance hall and extensive structural works to remove main supporting walls in entrance hall to increase seating area, then returned and extended the single storey section of the building which houses the operating theatre to create an additional operating theatre and animal recovery rooms.

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