Wye Valley Renovations & Refurbishments Making Property Dreams Reality for Hoarwithy,, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire
Whether you are extending or converting your home, carrying out a refurbishment, or building from scratch, our belief is that it is your home, so you should have it your way.
From the smallest of repair jobs to a complete new build of a housing development, local people have come to trust Wye Valley Renovation and Refurbishment to provide a first class service.
More than that, being a small local company, working with local people and materials, you will find that our approach is to listen to your aspirations for the finished job carefully. Only then can the job be completed in keeping with your wishes, the character of your building and the local surroundings. Call us on the number shown or click in the header of any page to tell us what you need for your perfect home.
Spring is just around the corner
Spring is just around the corner and traditionally, the time for having a thorough clean up around the home. This is a time to reduce clutter and make sure that everywhere is spotless.
What better way to start than with beautiful, freshly decorated space? If you are going to move things around to clean, it is a great opportunity to make your home really fresh for the new season. With Wye Valley Renovation and Refurbishment, this can also be a very affordable exercise too.
Whether you choose a modern, high-key scheme like this customer in Abergavenny, or something a little more exguberant, our experienced team can either re-decorate from top to bottom or just brighten up a couple of rooms in a very short time. This also minimises the disruption to your household routine, and by getting the job done professionally, you will be able to get on with the rest of your spring clean in no time.
For a fast, no-obligation quote, or an informal chat over colour schemes, call us on the number shown or click in the header of any page to send an email.
The impressive Italinate parish church of St. Catherine's, quite unlike any other Herefordshire church, can be found above the village of Hoarwithy, about 4 miles north of Ross-on-Wye. The original chapel was built in 1840 by Reverend Thomas Hutchinson, Curate in charge of Hentland Parish. In 1870, Prebendary William Poole, Vicar of Hentland 'beautified' the property he considered 'an ugly brick building with no pretensions to any style of architecture' in Southern Italian Romanesque and Byzantine styles.