Textured wall coatings In | Sandy Bedfordshire

 

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Fully guaranteed for 15 years – Weather proofs walls – Prevents penetrating damp – Allows walls to breathe – Available in a range of colours and textures

Why pay more, when you can pay less with Wall To Wall Ltd Ltd Services our work is guaranteed for 15 years

We specialise in all aspects of exterior wall maintenance, repairs and weatherproofing. If your home suffers from penetrative damp, cracked render, or broken brickwork 
Wall To Wall Ltd Services is your solution. Our friendly trained specialist crew will leave your home maintenance free and a just decorated look which will last for years to come.

Andura are the largest manufacturers of long life textured coatings in Europe, with an excellent track record in large commercial projects and home improvements. Established in 1985, Andura manufacture a wide range of products for the protection and decoration of building surfaces.  The coatings comprise of textured, smooth and clear coatings for walls, roof coatings and additional specialised products.


 

Sandy

Sandy is a small market town and civil parish in Bedfordshire, England. It is between Cambridge and Bedford, and on the A1 road.Sandy is probably best known today as the headquarters of the RSPB, The Society moved to The Lodge, on the outskirts of the Sandy in 1961. The Shuttleworth Collection is also nearby, around 2 miles (3.2 km) south west of Sandy. Sandy was originally a Roman settlement and was probably an important trading centre and staging post in the Roman era. An ancient hill fort, now heavily wooded and known as "Ceasers camp" although more commonly called "The sand hills" or "The lookout", still overlooks the town. Sandy is referred to in the Domesday Book, as Sandeia, a derivation from the Old English Sandieg, meaning a sand-island. In 1086 Sandy was all in the Domesday Book as being held by Eudo Fitzhubert, who is likely to have been the Saxon tenant.

*Information from wikipedia and various local history websites. With thanks.

 

 

Towns In Bedfordshire

 

Ampthill - Arlesey - Bedford - Biggleswade - Cranfield - Flitwick - Henlow - Leighton Buzzard - Luton - Sandy - Studham -Toddington- Woburn

 

Villages In Bedfordshire

 

Aley Green - Apsley End - Aspley Guise - Aspley Heath – Astwick, Barton-le-Clay - Battlesden - Beadlow - Beeston - Begwary - Biddenham - Bidwell - Biggleswade - Billington - Bletsoe - Blunham - Bolnhurst - Bourne End - Bletsoe - Box End - Brickhill - Brogborough - Bromham - Broom – Budna, Caddington - California - Campton - Cardington - Carlton - Castle - Cauldwell - Chalgrave - Chalton - Chaul End - Church End, Arlesey - Church End, Totternhoe - Chawston - Chellington - Chicksands - Chiltern Green - Clapham - Clifton - Clipstone - Clophill - Cockayne Hatley - Colesden - Colmworth - Cople - Cotton End – Cranfield
 

De Parys - Duck's Cross - Dunstable – Dunton, East Hyde - Eastcotts - Eaton Bray - Edworth - Eggington - Elstow - Eversholt - Everton – Eyeworth
Fancott - Farndish - Felmersham - Flitton – Goldington - Gravenhurst - Great Barford - Great Billington - Great Denham – Greenfield, Hall End - Harlington - Harpur - Harrold - Harrowden - Hatch - Haynes - Haynes Church End - Heath and Reach - Henlow Camp - Herrings Green - Higham Gobion - Hinwick - Hockliffe - Hockwell Ring - Holme - Holywell - Honeydon - Houghton Conquest - Houghton Regis - How End - Hulcote - Husbourne Crawley – Hyde

Ickwell - Ion – Ireland, Keeley Green - Kempston - Kempston East - Kempston Hardwick - Kempston North - Kempston Rural - Kempston South - Kensworth - Kensworth Lynch - Keysoe - Keysoe Row - Kingsbrook - Knotting - Knotting Green, Langford - Leagrave - Leedon - Lidlington - Limbury - Linslade - Little Barford - Little Billington - Little Staughton - Lower Caldecote - Lower Dean - Lower Gravenhurst - Lower Shelton - Lower Stondon - Lower Sundon - Lower Woodside – Luton, Marston Moretaine - Maulden - Melchbourne - Meppershall - Millbrook - Milton Bryan - Milton Ernest – Moggerhanger New Mill End
Newnham – Northill, Oakley - Odell - Old Warden, Pavenham - Pegsdon - Pepperstock - Pertenhall - Podington - Potsgrove - Potton - Pulloxhill – Putnoe, Queens Park,Radwell - Ravensden - Renhold - Ridgmont - Riseley – Roxton, Salford - Salph End - Sandy - Seddington - Sewell - Sharnbrook - Sharpenhoe - Sheep Lane - Shefford - Shelton - Shillington - Shortstown - Silsoe - Skimpot - Slip End - Souldrop - Southcote - Southill - Stagsden - Stanbridge - Stanford - Steppingley - Stevington - Stewartby - Stotfold - Streatley - Studham - Sutton – Swineshead

 
Tebworth - Tempsford - The Hyde - Thorn - Thorncote Green - Thurleigh - Tilsworth - Tingrith - Toddington - Totternhoe – Turvey,Upper Caldecote - Upper Dean - Upper Gravenhurst - Upper Shelton - Upper Staploe - Upper Stondon - Upper Sundon,West End - Westoning- Whipsnade - Wharley End - Wilden - Willington - Wilshamstead - Wilstead - Wingfield - Wixams - Wood End - Woodside - Wootton - Wootton Green - Wrestlingworth - Wyboston – Wymington, Yielden