Bruntsfield, Edinburgh, EH10

We Cover All of Bruntsfield and Surrounding Areas...

At Property Repair we provide the Complete All Trades Property Repair Service, all under one roof. We are a One-Stop Shop based from our Head Office in Edinburgh. Our Property Repair service is carried out on behalf of the Insurance and Private Sectors. We employ Electricians, Joiners, Plasterers, Plumbers, Painters and Decorator, Tilers and Kitchen & Bathroom Fitters.

 

BruntsfieldBuilders.co.uk

Our Service Offering

Renovations, property repairs, insurance claim repairs, plumbing, joinery, carpentry, electrical, tiling, painting, floors... the list goes on.

Our word is our bond…

We guarantee all of our work for 24 months

We are a professional operation which thrives on its reputation and relationships with its clients. Operating predominantly in Central Scotland, we provide a robust and reliable service within two comprehensive but distinct markets; Insurance Repairs and Property Renovations.

about us

The modern district of Bruntsfield lies east of Bruntsfield Links, beyond which lies the district of Marchmont. Merchiston is to the west and Tollcross to the north. To the south and east lies the former estate of Greenhill, and to the south Morningside. The estate built on land originally belongng to Bruntsfield House is called Marchmont, which the Warrender family began feuing in 1872. Many of the street names reflect the association with that family. The whole area lay within the Burgh Muir of Edinburgh, from which a former farm Burghmuirhead took its name which passed eventually to a small area within Bruntsfield. The Burgh Muir stretched all the way through from the present-day Meadows to the Braid Burn at the foot of the northern slopes of the Pentland Hills. The junction where Bruntsfield meets Burghmuirhead on the road to Morningside is popularly known as “Holy Corner” from its cluster of Victorian churches. Bruntsfield Links is home to a pitch and putt golf course which serves as a reminder that it was one of the earliest places where golf was played in the Edinburgh area. The Links continue north east to Melville Drive where they meet The Meadows, a park formed after the old Burgh Loch was finally drained in the 19th century. At the southern end of the links, near Bruntsfield House, a sunken area formed by a former quarry is known locally as Tumbler’s Hollow.

Ensuring customer satisfaction…

We guarantee all of our work for 24 months

We are a professional operation which thrives on its reputation and relationships with its clients. Operating predominantly in Central Scotland, we provide a robust and reliable service within two comprehensive but distinct markets; Insurance Repairs and Property Renovations.

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