At B&D Plastering, we have built our reputation on providing clients with an unparallel service built around recommendation and word of mouth. From our specialist damp proofing to our condensation prevention services and plastering services to commercial projects, we always provide an outstanding service on budget and on time each and every time.
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B&D Plastering is a dedicated professional and reliable company. Fully trained and insured with many years experience under our belt. If you are looking for professional Damp Survey in Stoke Gifford, then you can be rest assured we have the right team for the job. Our reputation speaks for itself and as the leading and number one choice for Damp Survey in Stoke Gifford, we pride ourselves on our friendly professional approach to every job.
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B&D Plastering provide a professional Damp Survey service across Stoke Gifford and each of our Damp Survey in Stoke Gifford will always put the client’s requirements first. So if you’re looking for dedicated and professional Damp Survey in Stoke Gifford then contact B&D Plastering.
We are not just professionals, we are specialists that are passionate and take pride in our workmanship. Whether it’s B&D Plastering’s commercial or domestic services, we can provide you with a second to none service for Damp Survey in Stoke Gifford and get your job done right.
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Stoke Gifford is a dormitory village, and parish in South Gloucestershire, England, in the northern suburbs of Bristol. It had around 11,000 residents at the 2001 census, increasing to 15,494 at the 2011 census. It is home to Bristol Parkway station and Stoke Gifford depot , on the London-South Wales railway line, and the Bristol offices of Aviva which took over Friends Life in 2015, Hewlett Packard and the University of the West of England.
Following the Norman Invasion of 1066, William the Conqueror gave the manor of Stoke Gifford to Osbern Giffard, one of his generals. Giffard himself was a native of Longueville-le-Giffard, Normandy, now known as Longueville-sur-Scie, which is where the 'Gifford' suffix of the name derives from. The 'Stoke' suffix may come from the Stoke Brook, 'Stoke' may also be a reference to the Saxon word 'Stoche' meaning 'property of or dependent farmstead'. Bradley Stoke and Stoke Lodge, both 20th Century estates were also given the name.
Like much of the nearby area, Stoke Gifford undertook rapid expansion in the 20th century, prior to the 1980s Stoke Gifford was just a small village, straggling along the main street, North Road.
Over the years, B&D Plastering has served many domestic and commercial customers in Stoke Gifford and have become a trusted and integral part of the local community and is proud to be Stoke Gifford’s number one choice for Damp Survey.