Saturday, 12 July 2014

Summer time and the living is easy...

Summer time and the living is easy...unless you’re working with GRS Homes!

It’s been a busy old winter and spring for us and we’re now on the verge of finishing the conversion of the beautiful Victorian villa we’ve been working on in Falkirk for several weeks.

And I have to say, it’s looking good, with the frontage beautifully finished and just the kitchen and doors to go in, which should be done by early next week.

We’re very happy with the work we’ve done and people who have passed by have complimented us on it. And the boss is very happy too.

That meant we’d been working across two major jobs at the same time. We’re happy to say we’ve just finished a major garden conversion, also in Falkirk, which was a big task but is now done to the client’s satisfaction. Two big jobs at once is breeze for a small building firm, but we got there and everyone’s happy.

We’ve been offered more conversion work on the back of what we’ve already done, so word-of-mouth recommendations seem to be doing us well.

As to the future, we’ve previously mentioned a wonderful site we’ve recently acquired, which, while nestling in a woodland glade, is only a short walk from Falkirk town centre.

Once more, we’re mixing the old with the new, hopefully in a manner sympathetic to its environment. We’re using our experience of creating luxury bespoke rural buildings, normally in the Slamannan area, and melding that with our more recent work of completing a town centre development in Falkirk.

This beautiful grove will hold three luxury houses and brings back to life a site that had once played an important role in the community life of the town, but which sadly had gone into disuse. We now can breathe new vigour into it and make it a place that will contribute to the community and local economy once more.

We don’t have a definite timetable yet but watch this space.

((And last but certainly not least – we’re working on something that could be the most prestigious development for us yet. But until it’s in the bag, we’re not counting our chickens.))

More to come soon, folks.        

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