How We Work
From the erecting of any scaffolding and delivery of materials, the construction of your project, garage or loft conversion is expected to take between 4-6 weeks, depending on the individual job. Each aspect of the construction is managed on your behalf, including the removal and relocation of tanks and pipe works, roofing, electrics, plumbing, plastering and joinery. Whatever is necessary to complete your project to the highest possible standard is managed, ensuring the whole job runs as smooth as possible for you.
Our Operations Manager will arrange to visit your property to complete a pre-build survey. This is an extremely important visit. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions, be guided through the construction process and confirm any personal interior material specifications.
All the necessary components for the construction will be assessed, quantified and ordered.
We will agree a start date for your Garage or Loft Conversion, ensuring you have the opportunity to plan around any personal commitments. Materials will be delivered on the agreed start date.
The construction schedule which includes roofing, plumbing, electrics, plastering and carpentry will be completely managed by our Operations Manager. Any bespoke stair parts will be manufactured in our joinery workshop by experienced joiners ready to be fitted as required.
The Construction Process
Scaffolding will be erected and materials delivered on the agreed start date. The construction schedule which includes, roofing,plumbing, electrics, plastering and carpentry will be completely managed by our Operations Team.
During the construction process building inspections will take place to maintain quality and Building Regulation compliance. Your bespoke stairs will be manufactured in our joinery workshop by experienced joiners ready to be fitted as required. Plastering will be carried out. This is an exciting time when you really see your conversion become part of your home.
The second fix process including electrics, plumbing and carpentry will be completed. A Final inspection will be carried out by the appointed Building Control and a Completion Certificate will be issued.