GARAGE CONVERSION AUDIT
STRUCTURAL LOFT CONVERSION AUDIT
PRE-PURCHASE FEASABILITY CONSULTATION
STEEL WORK CONNECTIONS
INTERIOR MINOR ALTERATIONS
CDM & ASSOCIATED REPORTS
HEALTH & SAFETY REPORTS
3D MODELLING (from)
SOIL INVESTIGATION REPORTS
AIR PRESSURE TESTING
BUILDING CONTROL APPLICATIONS
AIR TIGHTNESS TESTING
SOUND INSULATION TESTING
PART F VENTILATION TESTING
RENEWABLE ENERGY ADVICE & INSTALL
THERMOGRAPHIC SURVEYS & TESTING
CODE FOR SUSTAINABLE HOMES
PART G WATER CALCS
DOMESTIC EPC’S FOR LANDLORDS & HOMEOWNERS
Good question. First of all what do you need the extra space for? How do you want to feel in your new space? How will your family grow and will your needs change over time?
Do you need more living space for your growing family or an elderly relative? A new bedroom or home office studio? Once you know what you need the space for it’ll be easier to decide between a loft conversion or an extension.
According to Nationwide Building Society, loft conversions generally add up to 20% to the value of your home and an extension can add up to 23% to the value of your property. But remember it’s not always about making money – it’s about how you want to feel and use your new space.
It’s a good idea to check the prices of houses in your neighbourhood with similar extensions or loft conversions. This could tell you how adding an extension or converting your loft will affect the price of your property.