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
You have to admit that the doors give incredible charm to a home and they are not just a gateway to outside. If you are doing any kind of extension, with the right doors you can achieve a great deal: from rich lighting for you and your family to a price increase in the event of a home/apartment sale.
It’s not hard to see why sliding doors have such popularity in the last 50 years. First of all, these doors are really practical: it is a space-saving and quiet solution for your home. Most of these doors have a modern and elegant design that blends into any style of architecture. Capable of being fully glazed and covering large areas, they can provide spreading views and floods of natural light into your home.
French doors are a more traditional solution and they bring a classic touch to any house. It could be a timeless connection between your room and garden.
French doors open by holding onto the hinges and if you are opening them into the room you can provide maximum patio space.
Also, if you love your privacy and neighbours not being able to look into your room, but also you would like more natural light into your home, these doors are the right thing for you!
Bi-fold doors are reaching huge popularity in the last few years and they are becoming a focal point of many home extensions.
As their name implies, the way in which the sections fold into each other (because they are nothing but a set of doors) create a concertina effect with glass panes. Their biggest advantage is that they can be made of glass and installed all over the wall, so a large area could be illuminated in natural light. It helps to merge both inside and outside space during the hot summer days.
However, keep in mind that this door is not the right choice if your budget is more modest or the garden is small, as this door takes a lot of space.
Roller door or sectional overhead doors are (in family houses) mostly used for garages but, with little effort and imagination, they could be really fancy addition to your living room or any part of an interior home that could be separated from the garden this way.
If minimalism is your thing, then pivot doors are the right thing for you. Pivot doors turn on two metal rotates on the top and bottom and this simple look is actually very stylish for every modern house.