House Extension & Loft Conversion
Dormer loft conversion – A simple flat-roof dormer is by far the most popular type of loft conversion. This is a structural extension that projects a box shape vertically from the gradient of the existing roof. This loft extension usually involves no dramatic changes and allows conventional windows to be set up.
Mansard loft conversion – By raising the party wall (the wall shared with your neighbors) a mansard loft conversion can be constructed. The roof remains flat with one outer wall gently sloping inwards. Mansards are typically put in the back of the house, and although appropriate for many types of property, they are most popular in terraced houses.
Hip to gable loft conversion – Straightens an inward slanting end roof to create a vertical wall. This small change can make a huge difference to the feeling of living space within and is becoming an increasingly popular homeowner option, especially among the end of terrace and detached homes..
Roof light loft conversion – This is where you do not alter or expand the existing space but simply add in economical and appealing windows and reinforce the floor to transform the attic into a comfortable living space
OUR AIM IS SIMPLE, TO DELIVER BUILDING AND INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS. Eliminating all the stresses involved within the construction process by supplying, delivering, organising and overseeing all construction works to guarantee the best quality finish to budget, on time throughout all our projects. Whether you are planning a front, side or rear extension, a loft conversion or some basic structural changes, we believe that less stress is good all round. We work hard to establish strong partnering relationships with you, our clients, architects and any subcontractors, which we believe results in a seamless and enjoyable building process for all involved.