A CSW surveyor will arrange a visit to your property to discuss your ideas and make an initial survey. We take on board all your ideas and provide our professional advice. We will show you a galley of previous and on-going projects, so you get an idea of how things look and how we work. You will then receive a FIXED written quotation within 7-10 days.
Once you have confirmed that you would like us to carry out your new conversion we will arrange for our architect to visit the property. He will complete an in depth survey and draw plans to your specification. Once plans are finalised and you have confirm you are happy with the design and layout. The plans will be submitted to the local authority and passed to our structural engineer. Within a couple of weeks all plans approved.
Now the contract and payment plans are sent out to you, to read, sign and send back. There is NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED. Start date is agreed. Our lofts take from 6 weeks depending on size to complete.
Necessary scaffolds are erected prior to start date. The teams arrive on site from around 8am with working hours to about 4.30. All carpets are protected from dust.
We first concentrate on the structure of the build. All RSJ’s beams to be manufactured and installed with the structural floor. We then build all timber works without opening for staircase. First fix plumbing and electrics are carried out at this point. This creates minimal disruption to your everyday life. By this time building control would have made two visits to inspect the works
Now we are ready to make way for the new staircase. It’s now a case of plaster boarding and plastering all walls and ceilings. You will now see the size and shape of your new room(s). This can be a time to add things such as cupboard space, shelves etc if not already done.
All second fix materials arrive to complete the project. Skirting’s, architraves, handrails, bathroom suite, sockets, lights etc. Now it’s looking good.
We spend the last couple of days on site, running through any final details with you, to make sure everything is finished exactly how you like. A final inspection is made by building control
Then that’s it. A JOB WELL DONE, and more importantly a happy customer and new dream home.