N&B Building Services Ltd offers a wide range of building Lichfield services, catering for everything from extensions, loft conversions, extensions, garage conversions, full house renovations, doors & windows, fascias & guttering, landscaping & block paving, electrics & plumbing, wet & dry plastering, tiling, painting/decorating and bathroom or kitchen installations.
Our aim is to deliver professional building services for Lichfield that get the job done – quickly, cleanly, with the minimum disruption to you and without it costing you a fortune.
No job is too small, too large or too complex. For your reassurance, all within our team are fully qualified and highly experienced trades people, who take genuine pride in working to the highest standards.
Contact N&B Building Services Ltd Lichfield and you can look forward to trustworthy advice, a prompt and friendly service and reliable building solutions.
Please take the time to explore our website and find out more about our capabilities within building Lichfield – then don’t hesitate to pick up the phone.
Lichfield is widely considered to be Staffordshire’s ‘gem’ – a heritage city nestling deep in the heart of the ‘Creative County’, around 16 miles to the north of Birmingham.
The cityscape is dominated by the three spires of Lichfield’s medieval cathedral – completed in the 1330s with the addition of the Lady Chapel, on a site that dates back to the seventeenth century.
As an ecclesiastical centre, Lichfield’s importance is well documented. Pilgrims used to come from far and to the shrine of St. Chad until it was destroyed during the Reformation, and today the city still draws the crowds with The Bishop’s Palace, grade II listed Christ Church with its resplendent Victorian architecture, and ruins of a former Franciscan Friary... to name but a few attractions.
Lichfield’s city centre retains a great deal of olde-worlde charm and character. Writer of the first Dictionary of the English Language, Samuel Johnson was born here and in Market Square you can visit a Museum dedicated to his life’s work and personality.
Erasmus Darwin’s house can also be toured, and you can discover 2000 years of the city’s history in Lichfield’s Heritage Centre.
Other places of interest include Cathedral Close, full of original architecture and the Hospital of St. John Baptist without the Barrs, a Tudor building with eight distinctive brick chimneys – once outside the city walls offering accommodation to travellers arriving once the city gates had been closed and today a home for the elderly.
Culturally Lichfield is vibrant with a thriving arts scene and a colourful student community.
Nature is never far away with Beacon Park, providing 81 acres of greenery in the heart of the city; Cannock Chase, voted an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is just 5 miles north of the city and the ancestral home of the Earls of Lichfield, Shugborough Hall a short drive away.
“Doing a job right shouldn’t cost more. We’ll only do a great job and I guarantee you won’t find better value elsewhere.”
Nigel Bullock, Director