We are committed to accessibility through the website. Our aim is to make the site easier to use because of the changes we make.

Site Changes

The site has been created to be user friendly. However you may get the best use from our website by making changes to your own computer. Changes could include, getting the site spoken to them, changing its colour scheme, or increasing the font size.

BBC My Web, My Way provides videos to watch on how to make changes like these. Your computer may have accessibility features and there may be extra software tools which can help you.

We are planning to incorporate some of these features within this site in the future. In the meantime, it’s important to continually improve the website.

Accessibility Limits

The website might present some limitations despite the changes that we’ve made. We aim to communicate clearly however some articles may require a reasonable level of technical understanding.

Website Issues

If you find anything on the site difficult to use you can tell us and we’ll ensure your feedback is received. You can find information at the following link which will help you to report the problem.  ‘Contacting Organisations about Inaccessible Websites

We welcome all constructive feed back because our customers’ views matter to us. Please contact us here if you have any concerns.

Website Accessibility Updates

This statement was last updated on 23rd August 2016, following the advice  in BS 8878 Web Accessibility Standards.

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During this difficult time After Build’s service continues as normal. Given our technology platform, the team is able to operate remotely without impacting on service levels – this includes Out of Hours Emergency cover.

In the event that a developer’s contractor is unable to attend a property (either because they are instructed not to, or because a homeowner does not wish it) the Property Coordinator will take full details of the issue, recording it on our system in readiness for making an appointment just as soon as matters return to normal.

Any specific enquiries from existing clients call: 01444 230333 or email: kerrim@afterbuild.com.

Enquiries from any organisation not a client but wishing to know more about our services, email: markf@afterbuild.com.

We encourage all clients, contractors and homeowners to stay safe.