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Hubbard & Houghton Construction Ltd

Chalkwell, rd sittingbourne, kent


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General Builders - we are a small family run company who has been trading since 1953. we cover all aspects of building works, no job is to big or to small. We pride ourselves on all tradesman are time served.

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28 February 2018

Hi I just want to say thank you so much to Phil Melvin Danny nick and all the other guys who came out to do our wet room and kitchen the guys was excellent from start to finish
Nothing was too much trouble for them we are so grateful for all your hard work and we can’t thank you enough you was very professional from start to finish thank you from Paula Richard braham More...

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21 August 2017

We have just had a wet room put in by Hubbard and Houghton, the craftsmen that came in were excellent they were polite, considerate and cleared away their rubbish every day, the quality of the finish was fantastic I can highly recommend them.

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the company was first set up by tim houghton and harry hubbard 64 years ago . sadley both have since passed away but there name has not

We give the mandatory 12 months defects notice . But also the assurance that we have traded from our office address for 35 years

We love the day to day challenge of the building trade and meeting different people. we do a lot of council work which involves flush floor showers and disabled facilities and it gives us great satisfaction to help people in need.

Our business is a family concern and therefore has been handed down through the ages which i am the third generation of

Your clients should chose us because we are reliabie, trustworthy, and would not want to ruin our reputation in the Kent area as we work for most Kent councils and some schools in the area.


We cover all aspects of the building trade from building a garden wall to a school extension consisting of 4 classrooms and a toilet block and plant room.