N&B Building Services Ltd offers a wide range of building Burntwood services, catering for everything from extensions, loft conversions, extensions, garage conversions, full house renovations, doors & windows, fascias & guttering, landscaping & block paving, electrics & plumbing, wet & dry plastering, tiling, painting/decorating and bathroom or kitchen installations.
Our aim is to deliver professional building services for Burntwood that get the job done – quickly, cleanly, with the minimum disruption to you and without it costing you a fortune.
No job is too small, too large or too complex. For your reassurance, all within our team are fully qualified and highly experienced trades people, who take genuine pride in working to the highest standards.
Contact N&B Building Services Ltd Burntwood and you can look forward to trustworthy advice, a prompt and friendly service and reliable building solutions.
Please take the time to explore our website and find out more about our capabilities within building Burntwood – then don’t hesitate to pick up the phone.
Burntwood in Staffordshire lies in the heart of the Cannock Chase area, around four miles west of the cathedral city of Lichfield.
Burntwood hit the headlines in 2009 when local man Terry Herbert discovered what has been termed The Staffordshire Hoard – the largest collection of Anglo-Saxon gold ever to be unearthed – whilst metal detecting in the Burntwood village of Hammerwich.
Notable for the smallest park in the UK, Prince’s Park, Burntwood is also home to one of the oldest pubs in Great Britain – The Nag’s Head, on Rugeley Road in Burntwood’s Fulfen area.
Nearby attractions include Letocetum Roman Site, just 2 miles away at Wall, where the foundations of an inn and bath house remain, having served the needs of journeying Roman officials and regal message bearers.
Lovers of the great outdoors should make the most of the excellent walking, cycling and horse-riding opportunities available right on the doorstep at Cannock Chase, and a visit to the Heritage Lottery funded Museum of Cannock Chase is a must. Here you can ‘trace the Chase’ and discover all about the history of the area.
Culture vultures may wish to travel from Burntwood to nearby Walsall, where The New Art Gallery – a building for the millennium arts - makes a design statement and houses historic, modern and contemporary art collections.
“Doing a job right shouldn’t cost more. We’ll only do a great job and I guarantee you won’t find better value elsewhere.”
Nigel Bullock, Director