Garage conversions can be an extremely effective way of adding extra space to your home, with the building already in place and no need to pay out for foundations and construction.
Because of this there’ll be no need for garage conversion plans such as Building regulations, making the renovation straight forward. One of the most important aspects to get right is ensuring adequate damp proofing is used.
With the garage conversion likely to be used as a living room, dining room or other highly used area, waterproofing is highly important.
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The main benefits for converting your garage include:
No need to implement stairs into the design as you’d need to do with loft conversions
There is normally ample space in the garage to produce a large room for your home, which would be more beneficial than simply housing your car
The time scale is much shorter than extensions or loft conversions, reduced from months to just three of four weeks
They can be used for any purpose you see fit, and garage conversion ideas range from an extra bedroom to a living area or dining room. Even luxury can be included such as a gym or cinema room.
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If you’re interested in making the most of unused space in your garage and converting it into a usable room for your home, you’ve come to the right place.
By completing our quick form we’ll provide you with up to four FREE quotes from local, vetted and reputable companies. This will allow you to receive an accurate garage conversion cost and help you plan the renovation.
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Garage conversion activity in June 2018
Garage conversion Projects in the UK in June 2018
|May 2018||April / May|
|Yorkshire & Humber||430||-4%|
|East Of England||420||-7%|
Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.
Energy Performance of Houses
The below data shows the energy performance of homes in Uk. Energy ratings vary from A to G, with A being the most energy-efficient and G being the very least efficient. The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating comes into play heavily when attempting to sell your household, as prospective buyers will see just how much they're probably going to be spending on their home heating expenses. House improvements including insulation help to significantly improve a home's EPC rating.