C. Morgan & Son Ltd. Builders. Stedham, Midhurst, West Sussex.
C. Morgan & Son Ltd.Builders.Stedham, Midhurst,West Sussex.   

We are a local building company that can provide a high quality, complete building service, from foundations through to fitted furniture.                                                                                                  We are able to carry out new construction, extensions, conversions, re-furbishments and maintenance work.                                                                                    We are skilled in many traditional building methods and have regularly worked on Grade I and Grade II Listed Buildings, including many churches.                                                   We can design, construct and manage your building project for you.                                                

The roots of the company go back to 1984 when Chris Morgan started his own building and decorating business. He was joined by his son, Glen, in 1988 and in 1997 they went into partnership as  C. Morgan & Son. When Chris retired in June 2014 the business became C. Morgan & Son Ltd. and it is now run by Glen Morgan.

 

It has always been the company's ethos to provide a high standard of work, and a good customer relationship.

 

We always have a nuimber of permanently employed staff and we have regular Sub-Contractors that we know and trust including: - plumbers, electricians, plasterers, painters, a structural engineer,a cornice and coving specialist and even an archaeologist.

 

We are able to offer the following services:-

 

  • Advice on building projects and assesments on potential house purchases.
  • Complete project management.
  • Drawings for Planning Consent and Building Regualations, including structural calculations.
  • Groundworks, including foundations, drainage and landscaping.
  • Bricklaying and stone laying, including ornate brick and stonework, re-pointing, and the use of hyrdraulic and pure lime mortars.
  • First fix carpentry, including floor structures, flat roofs, traditionally pitched timber roofs and  stud-work.
  • Timber framing. Working in conjunction with Downland Workshops we can offer traditional bespoke hand-made timber frames.
  • Roofing. New and repairs, including flat roofing, tiling, slating and leadwork.
  • Plumbing and heating, including under-floor heating and air-source systems.
  • Electrical work
  • Plastering and rendering, including the use of traditional lime plasters and renders.
  • Second fix carpentry, including doors, windows, stairs, flooring, architraves, skirting boards, built-in cupboards, bookshelves etc.
  • Joinery. We can offer the design, supply and fitting of purpose made doors, windows, conservatories, stairs, kitchens, cupboards etc.
  • uPVC windows, doors and conservatories.
  • Kitchen fitting.
  • Bathroom fitting.
  • Wall and floor tiling, including, ceramics, porcelain and natural stones.
  • Painting and decorating.

 

We are fully insured, we are members of the Federation of Master Builders, and we can offer a 10 year warranty on new buildings.

 

 

Here are some testimonials from our clients: -                    

 

" C Morgan & Son Ltd are exceptionally good at what they offer, which is a high quality, professional and complete building service.  This is clearly a company where the customer matters and the finished product is exceptional.  Our project involved an extension and complete refurbishment of a Victorian house and the work done was outstanding in every respect.  I cannot recommend them highly enough".         Mr. C.

 

"We have used Glen and his team for two significant projects on our home and wouldn't hesitate to recommend him. From initiation of both projects, we received detailed and accurate estimates that showed Glen had fully assessed the brief and sourced the most appropriate materials and suppliers.  We have been particularly impressed with the craftsmanship in the stonework which is a close match to the original building.  The team is very professional, friendly and clearly passionate about doing a great job".         Mr. & Mrs. S.

 

"I am very grateful that you listened to all my queries and demands all the way through and put up such a lovely building for me".        Mrs. H.

 

 

If you would like to discuss a building project please click on the contact details at the top of the page.

 

Below are pictures and details of some of our previous projects.

 

Broadheath.

This project consisted of the complete refurbishment of a 1890s detached Victorian property, which included a substantial extension, new drainage and a sewage treatment system.  The specification was to an extremely high standard. We took over the project management of the job after two months, once we had gained the trust of the clients.

We have been asked back to carry out the construction of a large detached garage/home office building, and we are working on this at present.

Initial demolition work with foundation trenches excavated.
First floor strctural steelwork fitted.
Extension bickwork underway.
Brickwork progressing up to first floor level.
Brickwork nearing roof level.
Scaffolding and temporary roof in place.
First floor boarding in place.
Steelwork fitted to support the roof structure.
The timber roof structure in place.
The extension nearing completion.
The completed sitting room.
The completed kitchen.
The completed television room.
The hallway, with the original pine floorboards sanded, re-fitted and oiled.
The landing, with the additional section of staicase into the extension.
The completed master bedroom with plaster light rose and ornate conice.
The family bathroom, with the original 1890s bath restored and fitted.
New purpose made sash window with Slimlite double glazed units.
Purpose made casement window with Slimlite double glazed units.

Deerfell.

This property used to be a coach house and had been extended several times over the years. Initially we had the contract to convert part of the garage area to a study and to add a W.C. but this also led to re-furbishing three of the ground floor rooms. About a year later we returned to build a first floor extension, and to alter and re-furbish six of the other rooms. At the same time we also carried out extensive landscaping works. 

New purpose made fire rated door, with intumescent glass, fitted in place of an existing window.
The new study formed in part of the garage area.
The completed entrance with lime-stone floor.
Purpose made arch topped doors.
The completed hallway with oak floorboards.
The re-furbished sitting room with oak floorboards.
The new lead valley, running from the existing roof out over the extension.
Lead welded joint at the top of the valley.
Welded detail at one of the steps in the lead valley.
Opening up two rooms to form the new kitchen.
The completed extension with metal framed French doors.
Purpose made stone mullion window surround with hood moulding and bespoke metal casement windows with Slimlite double glazed units.
The finished kitchen.
The completed en-suite with free-standing cast-iron bath.
The new patio area with rendered retaining wall.
Curved Bredon gravel path with steel edgings.

Other projects.

Here are some other projects, of varying sizes and types, that we have worked on over the last few years.

Oak framed porch with clay peg tile roof.
Conversion of an attached garage building to provide additional accomodation.
Purpose made oak staircase leading up to the new bedroom.
Shower room with vanity unit.
Plastering repairs and interior redecoration at All Hallows Church, Tillington, nearing completion.
A traditional 'cut and pitched' roof.
A very substantial garden room built in local sandstone.
The inside of the completed garden room.
A 'design and build' bungalow project, built in local sandstone with a hand-made Keymer tile roof.
The inside of the bungalow.
An oak framed log store with a cedar shingle roof.
A 31m section of stone wall re-built at Elsted Church using lime mortar. The original wall collapsed over 70 years ago but we managed to salvage much of the stone which still lay on the ground.
The curved end section of the wall, with sandstone coping stones.

Converting some early 20th Century farm buildings to a residential property.

The farm buildings nearing completion.

Fitting riven oak laths to Elsted Church ceiling ready to receive lime plaster.
The completed ceiling with moulded oak cornice.
One of our kitchen installations, using units from Howdens Joinery.
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