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The term conversion can refer to many different types of construction work so we have listed the specific conversion services which we provide below. We offer a design & build service which is the most efficient way of getting your project from concept to completion. Alternatively, we can act as a contractor for projects where drawings have already been produced by a third party technician or architect.

If you have a project in mind, please feel free to contact us to discuss how we can assist you. You might find it helpful to read the descriptions provided to better understand the services we provide.

Garage Conversions

Garage conversions can be a relatively inexpensive way to add an extra room to your home by utilising a space which is often wasted. Many garage conversions will not require planning which means construction works are able to start relatively quickly. However, planning is usually required where a garage is converted into a separate house, regardless of who will occupy it.

Basement Conversions

In certain areas where space comes at a premium, basements conversions can be a cost-efficient way to add value to your home by creating additional rooms. Typically, basement conversions are used to create gyms, studies, kid’s playrooms, home cinemas or even swimming pools. Planning permission policies vary between authorities and depend on the type of basement conversion proposed.

Flat Conversions

Converted a house into flats can be commercially lucrative or it can be a way of providing a private space for family members. Planning is required where new dwellings are creating in this way which can be a lengthy process and differs between local authorities. Additional works such as loft conversions and rear extensions are often constructed as part of the same scheme to maximise floorspace and added value to the existing property.

Commercial Conversions

Many commercial properties are able to be converted into residential dwellings under ‘permitted development’ planning policy. This can be an inexpensive way to create a residential flat or house, although planning policy requires the floorspace to be less than 150m². However, external alterations will generally require planning consent and be difficult to obtain.