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HOW IT WORKS - THE PROCESS
STEP 1
CONTACT US -We will have a chat over the phone and find out a little about your requirements, then arrange a visit at your home.

STEP 2
WE VISIT YOU - We take all of the required measurements in order to begin the design process and to construct your loft conversion proposal.

STEP 3
WE PUT TOGETHER - We send out your loft conversion proposal.

STEP 4
YOU DECIDE - If you decide you are happy with your loft conversion proposal contact our office or return your proposal acceptance form.

STEP 5
CONTACT - Our Architect will contact you to arrange a mutually convenient time to carry out a structural survey and discuss any queries you may have at this stage, note at this stage a deposit will be required to administer building regulation and architects fees these are already included in the initial proposal.

STEP 6
YOU APPROVE - Professional, architectural plans are put together and sent to you for your final approval. You have the final say on everything, subject to your approval these are then forwarded to our structural engineer and building inspector.

STEP 7
START DATE - Even although we will have spoken about a start date for you loft onversion, we will confirm a start date to you in writing.

STEP 8
WE START - When you're ready we begin the building work, supplying you with a deadicated team and project manager.
Inspection of your work will be carried out by your local authority inspector at set intervals as works progress to ensure that your project is carried out in accordance with the approved set of plans and calculations. This ensures that we are building in accordance with every possible building regulation and you are guaranteed quality.

A completion certificate will be issued by your local authority when the works are finished. This can be supplied to your lender if required or kept with your records in case of future re sale of your property.
The completion certificate proves that all work was carried out to the prevailing building and fire regulations at the time the work was completed and was inspected by a local authority building control inspector accordingly.

Please note that local authority inspection fees are not included in the quoted cost and are to be paid by you direct to the council. The inspection fees are normally paid to your local authority when the commencement notice is served for your project.