About Us

M J Cale Builders Ltd. has built it’s sound reputation on providing quality workmanship every time, whether it be a small building maintenance job, a major building restoration or a new house build we always approach our jobs in a professional, safe and friendly manner and we endeavour to reflect this in every type of job we undertake.

The health & safety of our customers and employees is always taken very seriously and our valued team have all passed the relevant health & safety and first aid courses to help make the work place a safer place for staff and customers alike.

Our company has been a member of the Federation of Master Builders since 1993 and a Trustmark member (Formerly Masterbond Insurance) member since 1994 and we were one of the first building companies in the area to join the new Government endorsed insurance scheme. This gives you the satisfaction that you are dealing with a company that is dedicated to supplying quality services at good value!

We carry out all types of building work including general maintenance, home improvements, restorations, roofing work, grant & insurance work, extensions, new build, specialist building work projects and commercial work, browse through some of our previous work and if you would like M.J. Cale Builders Ltd. to provide you with a quotation or would just like to discuss your planned building work with us in more detail please go to our Contact us page and either fill in the brief questionnaire or simply call us. We are always happy to help!


TrustMark is the only Government endorsed scheme for trades in and around the home. They award registered firms with their accreditation after thorough vetting and on-site inspections to ensure the firm is raising industry standards.

This accreditation gives customers reassurance of quality and protection from rogue traders. TrustMark is the only ‘find a tradesperson’ scheme to cover all 3 cornerstones of quality, Good trading practices, good customer service and Technical competence.

Read more about the Federation of Master Builders and the Trustmark Scheme.