Monday, 19 October 2015

Were you thinking of having the wine rack built in like some of these.
Here are some previous projects and their associated prices.

This wine rack below cost just £790.00

The picture below of the alcove unit on the right with a built in wine rack cost £1290.00 and for comparison
the one on the left cost £990.00

This picture below shows a wall unit with a built in wine rack cost £1790.00

Next I have some bookcases to show.

Kind regards Mark

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

This project below was the latest, only being fitted last month. It required some new flooring. The taking
out of the old, and behind the large door, some cladding and the installation of the light that comes on when
you open the end door. 

Being that it is just 3 doors, it could of cost only £990.00 but because there was
two pull out units and behind the largest door it needed that cladding, along with the repair to the floor and 
extending the floor into the space under the stairs, it ended up costing an extra day for taking out all the
existing and putting in the new floor, and another day for the cladding and in this particular case the stairs 
themselves needed some work doing to them. So it ended up costing £1990.00

This one below has 3 doors and 3 pull out units behind. This one included taking out
and disposing of what was already there. But it all went really well. This one only cost

This one below has 4 doors and 3 pull out units. This one cost 

This one below might of only cost £990.00 but cost more because of the
cladding behind the smaller door and because the other end where the big unit is
needed to have and end panel fixed and a top fitted in, and also this project
had an extra big unit and runner, so in the end it cost £1990.00 plus the cost
of the extra big runner, which turned out to be a little pricey. 

Design wise 

The first set of pictures show the units and door closing onto the
face of the stair string. Over lapping the string a bit. And in this case the
understairs area faced onto the living area.

The second set of images are showing the shortest of all the units. Fitted into
a victorian terrace house, with the units facing into the hallway.

The second from last set of images were the most doors all made to sit under
the string of the stairs. This was a semi detached house with the units opening
into the hallway.

The last set of images immediately above have some moulding on the edge of
the string, which the units and door sat just underneath. And the units were facing 
into the room.

All the depths range from 700mm deep upto 1100mm depth, but the 1100mm depth is
a little expensive. Over £400.00 just for the runners.