Excellent renovations using skilled workmanship and traditional methods
Working in Devon, we know that buildings that have been constructed using local materials and age-old methods can pose particular challenges. However, we take these renovations in our stride by ensuring that all our hand-picked employees have the necessary skills to meet these specific conditions.
We have undertaken many significant extensions and conversions in the Dartmoor National Park area and pride ourselves in having excellent product knowledge plus an understanding of local building traditions and historical listed buildings.
The team at Jonathan Case Builders has a solid reputation for quality workmanship and are adept at working on Listed Buildings within Dartmoor National Park’s stringent parameters. Our extensive work on buildings with archaeological interest within this conservation area has garnered our team a wealth of skills including traditional stonework, lime-based mortars, slate roofing, lead work and reclaimed materials. This enables us to bring older buildings up to current standards while saving historical features using sympathetic methods.
You can rest assured that our team will work closely with buildings officers to ensure your historical building is fully compliant with its heritage requirements. Our high standard of renovation work on heritage properties has earned us the reputation for being experts in this specialised area.
The Hilltown barn conversion was restored from a near derelict state to its current use as a family dwelling for the farming family.
Jonathan Case Builders was contracted to undertake this Devon extension and other extensive remodelling.
LABC award winning remodelling and renovation of an existing 1970s house.
Total remodelling and renovation of a house and annexe into a single dwelling with an extensive green oak frame