We begin each extension or renovation by listening to you.
Once your extension has been designed, we make it a reality. We establish great relationships through quality projects on time and on budget.
We will always try to minimise the disruption caused to your home during each renovation stage and you can be assured that the area in which works are being carried out will be left clean and tidy at the end of every day.
We are proud of the friendships we have with our clients. More than 50 percent of our extensions and conversions are from customer referrals where the client has already had renovations carried out in their home by us.
Converting a garage into an additional room is a great way of adding that much needed space and up to 10% in value to your property.
You can convert your garage to add extra space to your existing kitchen and/or install a much needed utility area/downstairs toilet. A new playroom for the kids/teenagers in the family or an additional bedroom or study.
Before you rush into it here are a few things to take into account.
1. Do I need planning permission? For Government guidance click here.
2. What kind of work is required? This will depend on your plans for the room and the existing structure in place. If you are going to fully integrate the garage with the rest of the house, you should check if you need planning permission first. You will need to waterproof the floors and walls and/or install/insulate a new roof. You will need to give the room windows, heating and of course decorate.
3. Will it add value to my property? A badly converted garage may seriously reduce the value of your property in the eyes of a potential buyer. It could be seen as something that would need to be renovated again. However, a well designed conversion with planning permission that integrates well with the existing floor plan of the property, is well constructed and finished to a high standard will most certainly add value.
To add that much needed space to your property, a loft conversion is the way forward if you are not in a position to buy a new property.