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Services

Here at Jamson, we provide a range of services from commercial contracts to maintenance services. Explore our services below. Get in touch for more information.

Building Services

Commercial Contracts

We work with a wide variety of commercial contractors from the National Trust to Ceredigion County Council.

Private House Builds

From start to finish we undertake the complete house-build process – ensuring a stress-free process for our clients.

Extensions

An extension, adaptation or renovation is an excellent way to alter your living habitat without the stress of moving.

Historical Renovations

We are proud to have undertaken a wide variety of historical renovations and restorations.

Roofing

We carry out all aspects of roofing from sourcing local slate roofs to flat roofs.

Kitchens & Bathrooms

Refresh your home with a new kitchen or bathroom. We carry out the entire process from design to build.

Timber Frames

Manufactured timber frames completed in-house, which can be delivered to any site. 

Renewables

We supply and install rainwater harvesting systems, solar panels and external wall insulation.

Site Clearance

We are licenced site clearance contractors and we can undertake all forms of site clearance work.

Maintenance

We carry out a wide range of maintenance services to individuals, housing associations and letting agents. 

Screw Piling

We supply and install screw piles along with associated works.

Lego Blocks

Supply to order in a variety of sizes concrete construction blocks.

View our case studies

  • CONVERSION

    Maes Yr Haf

    Maes Yr Haf is a prime example of an Airey house, a type of prefabricated house built in Great Britain following the Second World War designed to have a limited lifespan of which this example had exceeded. Jamson took on the task of transforming this dated building into a traditionally built and modern house.

  • Refurbishment of Grade 2 listed building

    Cardigan Market Hall

    Cardigan market hall first opened its doors in 1860 and has been continuously used as a market since its opening. It was the first civic building in Britain to be made in the ‘modern Gothic’ style. Its features include blue Ordovician slate from the quarries at nearby Cilgerran.