Extensions and Conversions

At JH PROFESSIONAL PLASTERING we understand just how vital it is to allow your extension or loft conversion to blend into the existing house as well as surrounding homes. We listen to your ideas and prepare a considerate design. Using a combination of traditional building skills with the latest technology we ensure that the design is kind to your pocket and the environment. Our understanding allows us to deliver your project with minimal interruption and allows our clients to relax in the knowledge that their project will be carried out by fully trained operatives who conform to all current regulatory requirements. Upon approval of our detailed estimate a meeting will be arranged with your local planning authority to permit us to determine the level of control (planning restrictions) that may have been implemented to your development. We will advise the most appropriate style of dormer, extension or conversion that will add value to your home as well as enhancing your living space or creating an extension or loft conversion that will distinguish your home from your neighbours. Our expertise allows us to plan your project to ensure the least possible disruption to your home during the progress of works. Of course you are totally free to develop your own ideas but we are always available for free consultation. The main bedroom to your extension or loft conversion could consist of a luxury en-suite bathroom, your kitchen extension can be fully supplied and installed by our own team of qualified and experienced tradesmen. Please contact us if you are thinking of an extension or conversion for a free consultation and quote.

 

If you require Extensions and Conversions work done in your business or in your home, why not contact us for a no obligation quotation now.

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