We have had such a positive response from all our neighbours who are almost as pleased as we are – including glowing compliments from the man who as a young boy helped his father build the original house. He was so delighted when the house was revealed ‘in it’s beautiful new guise’ that he wrote to us with photos of the original building works. We thought Yolande would consider this a huge compliment – we certainly feel that she did a fantastic job and that we were very lucky to have been able to benefit from her talents!
The Petersfield Project
We have been absolutely delighted by the whole process and would like to say to any future clients, forget any doubts you may have and ‘go for it!’ this has been the best experience we have ever had in trying to find a solution to completing our house, after many false starts with other companies along the way.
The Winchester Project
Thank you Team Back to Front – a fantastic job and result that wouldn’t have happened without you! Thankyou so much. We will of course keep you posted on progress and hope we can do justice to your lovely designs
The Crondall Project
Huge thanks to you all, especially Jenny. Making us think things through in minute detail really paid off at the build stage. We changed virtually nothing during the build and I think we’ve brought it in well inside the budget
The Henley Project
I’m soo pleased we found your company you have been brilliant and I’m looking forward to seeing the end result.
The Milton Keynes Village Project
Thank you to everyone, for all your hard work and creativity. We now have a scheme that we’re thrilled with and if the move doesn’t go through, a scheme that were both really excited to turn into reality.
The Brentwood Project
We approached Back to Front through personal recommendation and we have been delighted with the service provided. Not only have they had the vision to create a design that captures our extensive list of requirements , but have also been a pleasure to deal with. We would happily recommend them in the future
The Sevenoaks Project