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A T Dunne is a family business originally established by Tony Dunne in 1988. Having started as an apprentice with A T Dunne when he was 17, Graham Lea, a qualified joiner with over 20 years experience, now owns and manages the business.
Born and still living in Ormskirk, Graham manages the business from his home address. The business is covered by Employers and Public Liability Insurance.
Graham has a wealth of knowledge and experience to deliver the results customers want. As well as working “hands on”, he can offer advice on the designs to enhance your home and will project manage right through from initial ideas to completion
All work is undertaken professionally by qualified tradesmen. Alongside Graham is Ben our plumber, Chris our bricklayer and Shaun our newly recruited apprentice.
Our wider team of Sub Contractors includes Gary, NICEIC registered Electrician, who has carried out all our electrical work for over 12 years.
About Our Approach
We understand that embarking upon a project of alterations, renovations or extending your home is a massive undertaking for you, both personally and financially and that ‘having the builders in’ can be daunting. We work efficiently and effectively, as a team, to ensure your job is completed in a timely fashion with the minimum of disruption
We are always considerate of the needs of our customers and respectful of privacy, property and possessions
We will never request any payment before work is commenced. Dependant on the size of the job, payment may be required in stages but will only be asked for when you are able to see that work is well underway. Stage payments will always be less than the value of work carried out, with the balance being paid on completion
Examples of our work are always available to inspect, please ask Graham to make the arrangements for you
You may be approached by a number of builders who have accessed your details via the local Council planning process, offering to undercut quotes. Please take every precaution to protect yourself as a few easy steps taken initially can avoid distress later. Don’t pay any money ‘up front’ – a reputable builder will have accounts with his regular suppliers; do check how long people have been in business, that they are fully insured and contactable via a landline; do ask to see examples of recent work carried out