Edward Heath has worked for me since approx 1986 when I purchased Lower Horton Lodge a Victorian Boat house on the side of Rudyard  Lake in Staffordshire.

He was a young man at that time - specializing in stone work - he was very good at it. Due to the fact that I was a timed served Joiner who was trained by a man renowned for his attention to detail it was a great pleasure to find a like minded tradesman in the area. He rebuilt the stone walling around the property, including walls down to the water, built 40 steps down to property on the waters edge and cleverly replaced stonework over the water, remade and installed brackets to support the extensive balcony, fitted new metal balustrading, replaced large stone cappings on the end gables over the balcony (over the water), rebuilt the lakeside stone retaining walls (8ft-10ft high) and inserted new floors in the boat house.

In conclusion, he is one of the finest tradesmen I have encountered.


J.W.Thatcher, Cheddleton (formerley Rudyard)