D.G. Building was crowned area winner in the LABC Regional Building Excellence awards

We are now looking forward to the National Finals, as well as the new and exciting opportunities that the accolade will bring. With so many builders in the Cambridge area, how do you choose who is best? And what's more with so many horror stories…
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Ward Way, Witchford

This stunning kitchen was installed in to an extension that we did, and sits in a new space that was created by removing a wall between the existing kitchen and garage, which was in turn extended to create this amazing space. The kitchen features…
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Tennyson Place, Ely

This kitchen required a modern upgrade and we delivered with gloss white units, a contrasting colour of tiling works and server contemporary design ideas in term of storage and appliances.
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Carter Street, Fordham

A 90's galley kitchen was given an up to date revamp with this kitchen complete with glass splash backs and attractive floor tiling. The kitchen also boasts a number of integrated storage features which area an increasing trend as we aim to…
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Elm Close, Witchford

This dated kitchen required a complete overhaul, including the removal of two wall to create one open plan dining, kitchen and utility area. Once the space was made we installed this contemporary gloss cream kitchen complete with an attractive…
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Mere Way, Cambridge

On this project we were set the challenge to refurbish an old and extremely poorly laid out kitchen into a functional family space. We did this by removing three walls which created old fashioned coal storage and pantry rooms to create a larger…
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Dalton Way, Ely

This project involved removing a partition wall between the existing kitchen and dining room. Altering the layout of those rooms and installing this eye catching kitchen design which includes an effective seating and storage area, plus integrated…
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Deacons Lane, Ely

This project involved a complete overhaul of the kitchen including the plumbing and electrics. The clients wanted to create a fresh new kitchen while maintaining a style that was a sympathetic with the victorian age of the property. We did this…
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Townsend, Soham

This extension literally doubled the size of the existing house. Planning restrictions meant that the extension needed to look separate to the house in some way, so pitched roof sections above the first floor windows and a slight step back from…
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Wisbech Road, Littleport

A bungalow in our local area was restricted by old outbuildings, a badly built conservatory and a kitchen that was housed in a poorly insulated extension. We demolished all of these area and built one large extension that incorporated a new…
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Burwell Road, Exning

A large front extension created an extra two bedrooms, a shower room, an entrance hall and a study. The work was carried out with materials that matched the existing property so that the frontage remained in keeping with the rest of the est…
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Deacons Lane, Ely

This project actually compromised of three extensions to one property. The main two storey brick extension on the back created an extra bedroom upstairs and a dining room downstairs. A timber framed single storey on the back of that made from…
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Littleport

This is an example of what can be created when the space is available. A large walk in shower cubicle and mediterranean style tiling changed a cold and dull bathroom into a warm and inviting space.
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Alexander Chase, Ely

Limited space posed a challenge on this project, but we made use of what was available by installing his and hers sinks above vanity units, with a back to wall toilet and shower cubicle which was created by using the space made by knocking through…
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High Street, Haddenham

This project was a delight to work on as the client wanted us to remove a poorly installed modern bathroom which was not in keeping with the age of their property, with something that fitted in with the period and style of the rest of the house.…
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Laurel Close, Mepal

Sometimes just simply changing bathroom items can create an amazing transformation. On this project the size of the bathroom meant that the layout had to stay the same, but we swapped a date avocado coloured suite for a new white one, and re-tiled…
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extensions

Extending our homes has become ever more popular recently as people look to create the home they want without having to move. On this project we doubled the size of the house by adding a two storey extension to the side of the property and a…
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bay windows

On this project we sympathetically replaced the frontage of a 17th century property. The existing bay window structures (black and red timber as shown) were rotten and leaking but the clients were concerned that a new installation would take…
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kitchens

Full kitchen refurbishments add value and a new lease of life to your home. There are so many storage and finish options available now that the kitchen is becoming the most popular room in the home. With new plasterwork and floor and wall tiling…
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out with the new in with the old!

On this project we removed a modern looking bathroom and replaced it with a new one using traditional methods and sanitry ware  to create a victorian styled room to match the character of the existing property.
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out with the old in with the new!

Making the most of the land you have!! We knocked down a dilapidated outhouse and replaced it with this extension which doubled the size of the existing bungalow. A new kitchen, utility and bathrooms have created a whole new living area to…
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patio

From a weary lawn to an attractive and functional patio area with linked pathways in just a few days..............
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thinking green.....

ENERGY EFFICICIENT INSTALLATIONS HAVE BECOME REGULAR PROJECTS FOR US OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS AS PEOPLE BECOME MORE CONSCIOUS OF THE ENVIRONMENT, AND THE RISING COST OF THEIR ENERGY BILLS! MANY PEOPLE LIVING IN SOLID WALL HOUSES DO NOT REALISE…
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building the foundations of another job....

adding a sun room to the side of a property. Seemed like a good idea on such a sunny day!  
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"Buy or Build?" that is the question........

With winter starting to feel like it may have an end to it after all, and the financial strain of December and January fading in to the distance,  this is the time people are most likely to start looking at for their new house, or at starting…
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D.G. Building reveals new additions to website

We are proud to announce a  new addition to our website for 2014. This blog will feature regular updates from D.G. Building.  We will also post some photo's of our work and keep you updated on all  aspects of our company such as design options…