Refurbishment & Restoration

Refurbishment & Restoration

Whether you’re looking to reinvigorate an educational environment; update your office; create stylish hotel accommodation; modernise your retail space or preserve your listed building – Coombs are the Constructive Answer.

Whether it’s a long-term project or an intensive refurbishment programme we can help you make the most out of your existing assets. Our skilled directly employed operatives and local supply chain perfectly complement each other to flex to the scale required.

When working in occupied properties, it’s the little things that count. Our team goes the extra mile to minimise inconvenience, planning works around your day to day activities. Through gaining a detailed understanding of your operations, we work unobtrusively so your students, pupils and staff can maintain “business as normal”.

The flexibility and approachability of our staff contributes to our sensitively delivered service. This flexibility means we’re ready to take advantage of opportunities for out-of-hours working to get your project done faster.

Our many years of experience working on Grade I, Grade II listed and Scheduled Ancient Monuments means you can rest assured we can sympathetically manage any challenge presented by these unique buildings. It’s why we’ve been entrusted by the National Trust, English Heritage and Local Authorities to work on their properties.

We’ve undertaken a wide variety of works on behalf of the NHS and private hospitals, using our specialist understanding of maintaining sterile environments and sensitively working around patients and professionals.

We understand no two refurbishment or renovation project are the same – they each present their own special challenges, whether its creating a retro-inspired heritage theme park at Dreamland or works to sensitively refurbish Chartwell House – but the diverse range of our portfolio demonstrates we will meet your needs.

Get in contact today to take the next step to breathing new life into your existing building