Samuel Sheldon Millom – Building Contractors for Cumbria

Kitchen Refurbishments Coniston

Samuel SheldonKitchen Refurbishments Coniston

Samuel Sheldon Millom –
Building Contractors for Cumbria

Kitchen refurbishments Coniston

Coniston started as a farming village like most of the towns in this area and quickly grew when it was needed to serve the local copper and slate mines. It gained popularity with tourists around the mid-19th century and has been home to painters, poets and lovers over the preceding decades. The Lake at Coniston finally put the town on the map when Donald Campbell broke several world water speed records during the 50s and ’60s before dying in a tragic accident during an attempt to break the record he already held again. With a museum nearby dedicated to the feat, the lake is also home to popular activities such as kayaking and canoeing. Peace and tranquillity are what one experiences when they push off from the shores into the middle of the lake. The whole village was powered by hydroelectricity during the 1920s, but this became so heavily taxed that the people there were forced to return to the national grid. Since 7 March 2007, a hydroelectric scheme has been used to power up to 300 homes, being sited near the original power station. 

Coniston is a popular village at the Northwest corner of Coniston Water.  Coniston has a long history as a centre for mining, with copper mines dating to the 17th century. More recently, slate mining has helped shape the landscape. However, it is primarily as a centre for walking that Coniston is rightfully known; the area is known for its superb recreational opportunities, and many of the most popular walks in the Lake District start or finish from Coniston. Of these, the most popular – and one of the easiest – is the ascent of the Old Man of Coniston, the peak that rises above the village. There are several routes to the top, and the routes are well-trodden and easy to follow, yet still challenging enough to provide an enjoyable walk for even the most experienced fell-walker. There has been a Ruskin Museum in Coniston since 1901, when W.G. Collingwood, a local artist and antiquarian who had been Ruskin’s secretary, set it up both as a memorial to Ruskin and a celebration of the area’s heritage. Therefore, although the museum has a Ruskin collection, there are also exhibits relating to the Coppermine, slate, geology, lace, farming and Donald Campbell. 

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Kitchen refurbishments Coniston

Samuel Sheldon Ltd employ the relevant staff for kitchen refurbishments such as Carpenters and joiners who are fully qualified to carry out the necessary work.  At Samuel Sheldon Ltd they will use sub-contractors, and individual self-employed workers (joiners and carpenters) Samuel Sheldon Ltd enjoy being recommended by friends and other building trade people who have used their services in the past.  To decide if Sheldon’s is the best Kitchen refurbishment contractor for you, is to check out the kind of work, they have already carried out like placement, Kitchen and Bathroom refurbishments. They will also know who will be required to complete the work such as Joiners and Carpenters, you can also check out the kinds of reviews Sheldon’s received online from previous work like kitchens for new builds. If you believe Sheldon’s building contractors are suitable for the work you need to be carried out. Then contact them to discuss at length the tasks and work you require of them. 

A building contractor like Sheldon’s will oversee the kitchen fitters employed that will carry out the actual work whether it is pouring building cabinets or fitting kitchen appliances. It is important to note that a contractor like Sheldon’s may have their own workers but will work with whomever it is you have employed to do the work. 

Services We Offer

We specialise in carrying out first rate quality works for all kinds of customers in both the private and public sectors. Our services include but are not limited to; bricklaying, joinery, plastering, extensions, roofing and everyday routine maintenance work. We also do commercial or public sector projects so please take a little time to look around the site at all of the services we have on offer.

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Explore a selection of our recent work and projects carried out by Samuel Sheldon Ltd
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Millstones Shop & Tea Room


Conversion of rundown barn & farm complex into a Tea Room, Farm Shop & Bakery.

Millom Methodists Church


Extension of a Methodists Church

St. James School


Construct a new extension to a primary school

Holme Gate Farm

Renovation, Roofing

Replace the existing perished slate roof covering and replace most of the existing roof structure.

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