Through recommendation from Howden’s Joinery in Canterbury; Maxted Construction were approached and asked to undertake a complete kitchen refurbishment. From the photos below, you can see the transformation from the existing to the new installed kitchen. Through the installation, the customer changed her mind on several items. For example, she requested additional electric power sockets throughout, even though the kitchen installation was well underway. This however was no trouble for Maxted Construction and we were able to support the customer through her decision making!, just another way Maxted Construction strive in complete customer satisfaction!

 

Robert Maxted (director of Maxted Construction); welcomed a new addition to his family - Master Alex Robert Maxted!  They say it is never too early to start grooming family members to take over the business and at 5 days old, we don't think this is too early!  His new baby gro fits in nicely with the uniform!

Maxted Construction have recently given a face lift to a tired bathroom in a property close to Canterbury University Campus.  Maxted Construction were asked to refurbish an existing bathroom to a strict budget in time for the new academic year.  Another happy customer!

Not every day is about work!  Robert Maxted (Director of Maxted Construction) was lucky enough to visit South Africa at the beginning of September for his honeymoon. Robert took a dive with the Great White sharks and was able to share their waters in the cage!

The Dyer Conservation trust’s ultimate goal is the protection of the Great White Shark Species. As a result of adequate tracking data over a reasonable time period and better understanding of the white sharks usage of Gansbaai’s shallows, the trust can more effectively protect the white shark and it’s specific key foraging areas. These sharks are in trouble and donations to help research to continue to find out more about these creatures, the better we can protect them. Maxted Construction has therefore decided to sponsor the Dyer Conservation Trust.

Here is a link to the video that was taken on his trip: https://www.dropbox.com/s/p40fo60jtrjdpxh/shark%20trip%2013%2009%202014%20%281%29.mp4?dl=0

You can also read about his dive on the Shark Watch SA website: http://www.sharkwatchsa.com/en/blog/category/513/post/1972/daily-trip-13-09-2014/

Maxted Construction carry out works throughout Kent and the South East with many regular and repeat customers within these areas. This particular customer requested Maxted Construction to remove her old defective fencing and replace with new; incorporating concrete fence posts and concrete gravel boards and new treated fence panels and gate. All completed within 1 working day – due to the customer providing tea and cake to keep us going!