I commissioned Rainbow to re-render just under our roof. Although busy, Kev fitted us in and did a fantastic job.
We used Rainbow to help fix some house structural problems – cracked walls and roof problems – and to give the exterior a much needed smartening up. Very glad to… read more
Rainbow Building Plumbing & Electrical Services recently moved a kitchen and a boiler to new rooms within the house for us. The work required involved kitchen fitting, plastering, carpentry, flooring,… read more
Kev and his team did a great job of replacing my bathroom including all walls and flooring. They worked exceptionally hard to produce a great result within the time-frame… read more
Kev and the team did a wonderful job on our kitchen and even managed to get it all back working in a week! They did encounter some plumbing… read more
Fantastic Service on my refurbishment. Completed on time to a high quality and on budget. Couldn’t ask for more.
A professional, good quality and timely completion of our house renovation and refurbishment. Good communication throughout with Kev and the Rainbow team.
Kevin at Rainbow Building Plumbing & Electrical Services has been a client of ours at The HOVARIAN for many years. He is a trustworthy, honest and great person to do… read more
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Construction companies can be found in a variety of different forms. There are many different types of construction companies, which include general construction companies, building contractors, and construction management companies. General construction companies are a type of company that primarily focuses on construction services. Building contractors are also a type of company that primarily focuses on construction services. However, building contractors often perform other activities as well, such as maintenance and repair. Construction management companies are typically a type of company that is not involved in the construction process itself but rather oversees the construction process. These companies often charge fees for their services and often require a contract to be signed with them before any work begins.