Renovations and Refurbish
Renovating your home can be a cost effective way to inject some new life into your property. There are ways to renovate by adding a new kitchen, bathroom, electrics, plumbing, windows, doors, plastering, flooring, and tiling. Knocking down internal walls to create large open plan family spaces.
Having an extension can benefit with not only more living space but can add value to your home also modernising your property and can creating a larger family space to adapt to an ever growing family.
An extension can add value to your property and without the stress or hidden costs of moving.
Converting an existing garage is a great way to free up some valuable space in your home. Whether it’s a double garage or a single garage if you carefully plan the space you can achieve a valuable space that works for you. If it’s an extra bedroom, playroom, office, shower room, cloakroom, snug, kitchen, utility room, gym, or a business you would like to run from your home, the list goes on.
Converting your loft space may well be the easiest and most cost effective way to add space and value to your home. An extra bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and maybe a dressing area too. Great way to add storage is to use the eaves to form cupboards to maximise that valuable storage.
Orangeries and Conservatories
An Orangery is more structural built in brick or masonry to match your existing home. What makes an Orangery special is the Lantern style glass roof flooding natural daylight into the room. Why not add some bi-fold doors to bring the garden into your Orangery.
Conservatories are a great way of adding additional space to your home. A playroom or an extra living space dining room or just a relaxing space to admire the garden.
Hard landscaping is a way to consider revamping your outside space. Stone walls, patios, retaining walls, block paving, railway sleepers, decking, raised beds, garden lighting, ponds, fencing, gates, repointing or a simply a base for shed.