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Melhuish & Saunders Ltd is a building contractor located in Glastonbury, Somerset, serving all surrounding areas and specialising in a variety of construction related projects from domestic through to commercial works.

As a well established building contractor operating throughout Somerset and the surrounding counties we have built up an excellent reputation for providing our clients with a professional, reliable, high quality and friendly service.

We undertake projects in occupied and sensitive environments, including security conscious industrial establishments, hospitals, schools and police stations. We also undertake Design & Build projects and have a specialist team of professionals to choose from for any one specific project.

We benefit from an in-house Joinery Department, which allows us to supply a high percentage of our joinery requirements, thus ensuring it is of the best quality and available at competitive rates.

Melhuish and Saunders Ltd was established in 1923 and is a respectable and highly creditable building contractor completing numerous contracts throughout the South West, offering a variety of services to an increasing number of clients each year.

Our staff are trained in all aspects of Health and Safety ensuring works are completed in a safe and controlled manner. Eighty percent of our current workforce is CSCS certified.

Address

Address:

Wirral Park Rd, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6 9FR

Telephone:
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Opening Hours

Monday

9am - 6pm

Tuesday

9am - 6pm

Wednesday

9am - 6pm

Thursday

9am - 6pm

Friday

9am - 6pm

Saturday

9am - 6pm

Sunday

Closed

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