|Posted by Iona Manley & Steve Slade on October 18, 2012 at 4:45 AM||comments (18)|
Steve spent most of the last few months working on the exterior of a lovely barn conversion near Tregony. He was most fascinated by the migration of the swallows! Watching them leave their home in one of the outbuildings for warmer climes.
I meanwhile, took some time off and spent the holidays mucking about on the beach with our two young boys, (who are getting far too brave in the water these days!)
And recently, I've been pre-occupied with a new addition to the family! We'...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Iona Manley & Steve Slade on June 19, 2012 at 3:10 PM||comments (2)|
Well, we finished Flushing a few months ago - it was quite a push with pretty much just the two of us, and the job grew to include a new kitchen refit (originally only going to be prepared & painted.) We started at the top and came right down through the house, stripping paper, re-rending & plastering, part re-wire, removal & refitting of all the doors (lots & lots of doors!) with new hinges & handles, new radiators, new skirting boards, new bannisters, thorough sand down ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Iona Manley & Steve Slade on August 13, 2011 at 9:55 AM||comments (0)|
Great news - we got the job in Flushing! Its a 1960's detached property overlooking the estuary to Falmouth, so pretty good views for our breaks!
Steve is down there full time and I'm currently doing just a couple of days a week while the kids are off school. So far, we've removed all the carpets, started stripping wallpaper, and arranged for quotes to re-wire & change radiators.
We'll be there a while but it's a great place to be! Was good of the Red Arrows to turn up last week -...
|Posted by Iona Manley on June 28, 2011 at 6:28 PM||comments (0)|
Well the Crantock house didn't happen. Sadly it was condemned with mundic block..... Such a great property but beyond economical repair.
We then went on to work on the Doc Martin set again with friends of ours. Great fun to paint really badly (required) and to do a few effects!!
We then did the Findus Youngs Fish n Chips, Fishermen's Friends, advert in Port Issac - the inside of a boat, in the inside the RNLI office. The closing shot featured Steve's hand...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Iona Manley on September 15, 2010 at 5:00 PM||comments (2)|
Blimey - that was easy! Website creation in a couple of days via www.webs.com - should have done this years ago! Still have to find and upload more photos - and add more past clients but am pretty chuffed that I've got the bulk of the site done so quickly!
EGD Renovations is up and running again full steam ahead now that our youngest has started big school.
Steve went it alone for a few years whilst our two boys were babies - concentrating mainly on sash window renovation an...Read Full Post »