Arnen Case Studies

This page displays a few of our customer case studies, demonstrating our expertise in hard landscaping, home extensions and building renovation services in the Henley, Reading and South Oxfordshire area. We are proud to show our case studies and can provide full references and customer testimonials from each of our clients.

Contact us to discuss your project on: 0118 947 7500, or email info@arnen.co.uk.

What Our
Customers say...

  • "I was pleasantly surprised by Arnen, they were very neat and tidy throughout the build. They always very courteous to my wife and I, they even gave us some very good advise during the initial planning phase. Our new extension is perfect and we would strongly recommend Arnen in the future"

    Mr. Klien, Oxfordshire

  • "What a great project! really happy with everything the guys at Arnen did!"

    Mr. Turner, Bucks

  • “We were absolutely delighted with the professional service that Arnen provided! They took great care while they building our extension and were on hand if ever we had a question. 

    We'd really recommend them to anybody looking for a reliable company to work with."

    • Mr. Johnson, Oxfordshire.
  • “Arnen were just fantastic!

    We hardly knew they were there.

     

    Clean, tidy and the noise was at a

    minimum! I wouldnt hesitate to

    recommend them to anyone looking

    for house developments.” 

    • Mrs Smith, Reading.

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