Our builders in Kings Cross, London provide first class building and construction services. The team behind PTMaintenance was able to establish the company was of the leaders on market of home and office renovation in West London.
Some of the solutions we can offer you in Kings Cross, are: home extension, loft conversions, general, refurbishments, basement conversions, and new builds. We have a dedicated team with over 10 years of experience and you can be sure that the work will be conducted smoothly and building will be of great quality.
We operate in all London districts and our tradesmen are accredited and fully insured. All our customers have been satisfied with our building standards and have referred us to their friends and there are no hidden costs. You can contact us through call or e-mails. Our customer support is open 24×7 and they will respond to all your queries.
When it comes to property refurbishment in Kings Cross, N1, PTMaintenance is one of the most trusted companies. The factors that played a major role in building such a reputation are our expertise, experience and level of professional approach that we’ve mastered over the years.
We believe in completing high quality projects that not only matches, but exceeds the expectation of the client.
From the initial consultation to the completion, our team of experts, technicians and workers will make sure that you’re getting the very best from us.
We are fully approved by the Federation of Master Builders and are insured of up to £5 million, which can make you feel confident enough to deal with a reputable contractor like us.
About our Builders in Kings Cross
The district of Kings Cross is located in central London and borders north-eastern Bloomsbury. It forms a part of the Boroughs of Islington and Camden. It is situated 2.5 miles of Charing Cross’s north, with a reputation of being a red-light area once.
Major development took place in the district’s northern part and the introduction of a number of cultural venues, restaurants and hotels made the district centre of culture during the 2000’s. London St Pancras and London King’s Cross stations serves the area.
The district was previously known as Battlebridge, with the legend being that a major battle took place between the Iceni tribe and the Romans.In 1830, architect Stephen Geary exhibited the “Kings Cross” model at the Royal Academy and a monument got built around 1835. In 1845 it was demolished, but the area kept Kings Cross as its name.
During the 1980’s the area was notorious for drug abuse and prostitution, but within a short period, these “practices” declined and new projects like hotels and offices came in. The area also housed the head offices of a number of trade unions including RMT, NUJ, UNISON, UCU etc.
The year 1992 marked the opening of the London Canal Museum and British library opened a new home here in 1997. King’s Place is home of the newspapers “The Observer” and “The Guardian”. King’s Cross station is mentioned in the Harry Potter books, where the protagonist boards the Hogwarts bound train.