About us

‘We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us’

Winston Churchill’s view of buildings and design has never been more relevant.

While once property was merely rooms to live or work in, now it can be an experience that lifts the senses. People have opinions on properties and the elements they find inside – they see the virtue in a kitchen island or a sliding glass wall, they appreciate the benefits of an air-source heat pump and a sound system with hidden speakers.

They recognise that steel, glass, stone and timber can radically alter a property’s character – they want buildings that embrace technology yet have a timeless quality.

A wealth of platforms have opened our eyes to the opportunities – specialist magazines, television, the internet and social media have enabled us to study a world of homes from within our home.

Delivering the vision is where we step in.

Nick<br />WeatherallNick
Weatherall
Managing
Director

“It’s important to know who you are working with, and who you are working for. Whether restoring a timber-framed building, bound together with hand-made pegs, or constructing a cutting-edge feat of engineering using the latest materials and integrated systems, we soon become absorbed in our work. We like being fully immersed”

Denise<br />HillDenise
Hill
Office
Manager

“Perhaps I’m lucky, but I can honestly say I enjoy my job. I have followed countless projects from the basement up, and share in the satisfaction everyone feels when we leave a site knowing the customer has been handed something very special. My only regret is not owning a Weatherark home of my own.”

Steve<br />BensonSteve
Benson
Site
Manager

“Maintaining the standards Weatherark expects is one of the hardest, but also most enjoyable, elements of the job. I’m old school, but I’m learning from Nick’s eye for detail. The paperwork can be hefty, and there are always challenges in building, but it is so satisfying to see a finished project and get a sense of a job well done.”

  • We have worked with Weatherark on various projects and their service has been exceptionally good. They interact superbly with designers and their clients, bringing a great deal of intelligence as well as experience and good humour. As a result they have delivered consistently great quality, well managed, well-executed work and have been good to work with

    Vincent Kirk RIBA
    Director, kke architects, Worcester

  • May I take the opportunity to thank you for the willing co-operation and assistance of your site staff during the project

    Mike Napthan
    Mike Napthan Archaeology

  • Weatherark Limited have provided a consistent, positive 'get the job done' attitude

    Simon Rea
    Glazzard Architects

  • Weatherark Ltd is rated very highly as being one of the best contractors in the area

    C R Ainley

  • We are delighted with how sympathetically the Oast house was converted and restored.

    Mike & Elizabeth Mason

  • Weatherark displayed great enthusiasm for the project and the ability to combine practicality with sensivity in retaining the character of the original building

    M Dawson

  • We were absolutely delighted with the results. I would not hesitate to use their services again

    Dr Jonathan Clarke

  • Nick Weatherall's understanding of traditional craftsmanship together with a familiarity and confidence with high-end specification make for a strong member of the team

    Vincent Kirk
    kke architects

  • RRA has had the pleasure of working with Weatherark on various projects over the past five years. Each job is well-organised with a highly skilled and professional team delivering results to an exceptional standard

    Mark Powles
    RRA Architects

  • Weatherark recently completed our new home and we found not only Nick, but the whole of the team to be first class. No effort was spared to deliver a most challenging build, and all done with a smile and a positive ‘can do’ attitude, even when the going was tough. We would not hesitate in recommending Weatherark, particularly for projects where the design is of a challenging nature

    Andrew and Alison Kitching
    Cherry Court, Cheltenham