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Garage conversions provide a relatively cheap and easy solution if you want to gain a considerable amount of new entertaining or living space. Much more affordable than a traditional extension, a garage conversion turns a cold and under-utilised area into a warm and habitable room.

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Whatever you want to use the extra space for, as an experienced garage conversion company we can offer you a complete package to convert your garage from start to finish.

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The average standard UK single garage measures approximately 150 sq ft - and is usually adjoined to the integral part of your house. Whilst that's probably not enough room to park your car and store your lawn mower, bike and tools; it does amount to a lot of extra living space.

  • Turn storage space into living space

    Not many people park their car in the garage and it is often used as glorified storage space for the lawn mower, bikes and tools

  • Cheaper alternative to moving home

    The average standard UK single garage measures approximately 150 sq ft and can be converted more affordably than it is to build that size space

  • Much easier to build than an extension

    Because the garage is usually adjoined to the integral part of your house it is often very easy to turn it into useable living space

  • Planning permission not usually required 

    In most cases, garage conversions usually fall under the permitted development rules and can be built under a building control notice

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What are the planning permission requirements for a UK garage conversion?

With the majority of garage conversion projects, there's no requirement to gain planning permission or planning consent. However, you must inform your local authority and ensure all statutory building regulation documentation is completed to register the change of use.

On each of our garage conversions, we will liaise with your local authority and ensure your project meets all building regulation standards. On larger projects, where planning permission is required, we will act on your behalf - making all of the necessary enquiries and gaining planning permission approval from your local authority.

What is the construction process?

If you're thinking about getting a garage conversion, one of our home improvement experts will visit your home and carry out a free, no-obligation assessment. This allows you to tell us your requirements any we can answer any questions you may have.

Once you have approved the design, the whole garage conversion process usually takes around two weeks from start to finish. To give you added peace of mind, all work is covered by a 10-year warranty, which is transferable to the new owner if you ever decide to sell your home.

Who will carry out the work?

As an experienced garage conversion company, we have a wide range of certified tradespeople on our books; from builders, plasterers and electricians to heating experts and decorators. This means every aspect of the build programme is taken care of with the minimum disruption; from the initial enquiry to completion and the handover of your building certificate.

How much does a garage conversion cost?

It's never been easier to discover what a garage conversion costs! Simply enter your details online and arrange for one of our experts to give you a free, no-obligation quote at your home. All of our prices include the cost of fitting and VAT, so you'll quickly know how far your budget will stretch.

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