N&B Building Services Ltd offers a wide range of building Sutton Coldfield 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 Sutton Coldfield 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 Sutton Coldfield 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 Sutton Coldfield – then don’t hesitate to pick up the phone.
Sutton Coldfield – often shortened to just Sutton – is located around 8 miles north of Birmingham and thanks to its historical connections to the British royal family, bears the title of Royal Town.
In 1974, the metropolitan borough of the West Midlands was formed, and Sutton Coldfield became part of Birmingham rather than Warwickshire, despite a significant amount of protestation from local residents.
Back in the 17th and 18th Centuries, Sutton Coldfield enjoyed much prosperity It was popular with wealthy industrialists who wished to build homes and live a distance from the smog and pollution of Birmingham itself. Luxuries, such as seafood, could be experienced and products in general commanded 10% higher prices than in nearby towns.
There are still a number of large houses and manors in the Sutton Coldfield area, many of which have been converted into hotels – New Hall, Moor Hall, Moxhall Hall and Peddimore Hall to name but a few.
Sutton Coldfield boasts Sutton Park - spanning 2.224 acres, it’s the largest urban park outside of London and one of the largest in Europe. Sutton Park is also a national nature reserve and also a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Did you know... • During World War II, Sutton Park was used as a prisoner-of-war camp for German and Italian prisoners. • TV presenter Cat Deeley, actors Dennis Waterman and Sir Roger Moore, racing driver Mike Jordan and chess master Baruch Harold Wood OBE are amongst Sutton Coldfield’s famous residents.
“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