PBS Construction and Design Ltd is a multi skilled Pembrokeshire construction/building company. Established in Pembroke Dock for 15 years now with combined tradesman experience of 60 years. Our team provides excellent workmanship that is hard to find nowadays.
PBS Construction and Design Ltd is undertaking a variety of projects from:
- kitchen and bathroom fitting
- new extensions
- basement conversions
- loft conversions.
Our Pembroke based building company has gained many very satisfied customers which have recommended us to their friends and families.
Our construction company is also offering a unique design service; whether you need plans for your new home, new extension, loft conversion or if you are simply in need of a contemporary revamp of your home like bespoke furniture for your bedroom or living room. We provide services in Pembrokeshire areas like Pembroke dock, Pembroke, Milford Haven, Neyland, Haverfordwest, Tenby, Cosheston, Narberth and many more locations throughout the county. We have it all covered. PBS’s team will carry the whole weight of the project for you so you don’t have to worry about it any more.
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Working on this council /Danfo Swedish toilet unit. We have built a new roof on it with a fall into a center of it. All finished in fiberglass grp. 😉😊👍
Patryk finds a 70-year-old wartime secret on a Pembrokeshire Beach. Very low tides at Freshwater West recently revealed remains of an ancient forest – and a large piece of an aircraft. The piece is believed to be from a Wellington MP638 of the Coastal Command Development Unit based at nearby Angle Airfield which forcelanded on the beach in April 1944, without casualties. Wellingtons had a distinctive metal ‘geodetic’ framework and Patryk’s find is now in a freshwater desalination tank at the Sunderland Trust’s Flying Boat Centre. Patryk plans to join the volunteer crew at the Centre to carry out conservation work on his find.
Latest Projects //
This job was meant to open up dark kitchen in this terraced house. We have…
Barn conversion into workshop and double garage with store room rebuilding in Cosheston. We have…