Services

Services

The following represent our core businesses and we provide services to social housing clients and private clients, as well as working under principal contractors as part of public sector schemes;

Decent Homes Kitchens and Bathrooms

Whether it is an estate project or programme with scattered street properties, we can mobilise our workforce to ensure high volumes of kitchens and bathrooms are completed to meet the Decent Homes standard. We appreciate works of this nature can be disruptive, so do all we can to ensure this is minimised and customer care controls implemented throughout.

Planned Maintenance and Cyclical Improvements

Whether it’s a project requiring external painting works, repairs to building fabric or window installations, we engage our direct labour workforce and established supply chain to ensure programme requirements are met and value delivered.

Extensions and Conversions

Adding an extension to a home or converting it to utilise space or maximise its potential can add significant value. Our team are able to complete the most complex of projects to meet exacting specifications

Void Refurbishments

Whether it is a small refurbishment to reinstate a property to a let-able condition or a larger scale refurbishment to bring a property back from disrepair, we are able to deploy our void refurbishment team to complete works as specified and to meet the most stringent of programmes.

Aids and Adaptations

These are works that are specialist in nature and demand a diligent approach to ensure works are carried our specifically tailored to the requirement of the occupant, including; wet rooms, grab rails, ramps, widening of door-ways and low level kitchens. We have a specialist division to undertake these works.

Customer Testimonial

"TMN Contractors work on various social housing projects as an approved sub contractor. They demonstrate an indepth knowledge and skill set on a range of projects including Decent Homes Kitchens and Bathrooms, external improvements or void refurbishments."

Andrew Grant, Project Manager