C J Faulkner and Sons are a local building company based in High Wycombe, Bucks and have been in the construction industry for over 70 years.
We are a family run business and specialise in extensions, home improvements and landscape gardening.
Our customers are located across the Thames Valley area and London and we are well known for the quality of work we produce and commitment to getting the job done with minimum disruption.
Our services include:
- New build homes – From planning to completion, we can take care of the complete building process for you
- Extensions – Specialists in brickwork we can build single or two-storey front, side, or rear extensions
- Brick and flint building – Using traditional flint wall construction (a popular building material in the Chilterns) we can design, construct and restore buildings to using traditional flint working methods
- Barn conversions – Our skilled builders can convert and renovate barns, coach houses and listed buildings to suit your requirements
- Drainage– Excavating and repairing domestic and commercial drainage systems, including rebuilding collapsed drains and installing or repairing soakaways
Contact our High Wycombe office on 01494 712691 or fill in our online contact form to find out how we can help you with your next building project.
We’d be happy to provide references and examples of work.
Local Building projects in High Wycombe
- Wycombe District Council have commissioned Atomik Architecture to conduct an extensive public consultation on the facilities on offer to visitors to The Rye, a large parkland of approximately 53 acres, and to undertake a feasibility study to establish what new facilities could further enhance the park for its visitors.
- Work has begun on the installation of a new forest-themed play area in Hughenden Park. The playarea, part of the council’s rolling play area replacement programme, is expected to be open for use in time for the school summer holidays.
- Residents will soon be able to hire a new community building which will be built at the Queen Elizabeth II Recreation Ground in High Wycombe. Construction is due to begin in the autumn and the building, which will be managed by the Poets Corner Residents Association, is due to be open by the end of the year.