Garage Conversion in Poulton-Le-Fylde
Stunning Garage Conversion in Poulton-Le-Fylde recently completed by Four Seasons Roof Systems!
Need more room? Is your family growing, are your children getting older and want more space? Are you now working from home and require an office? These are just a few of the reasons why you might be thinking of building an extension.
A garage conversion in Poulton-Le-Fylde is an obvious choice. Most households in the UK use their garage, not to put the car in, but as a dumping ground. However, a garage can be transformed into a great useable living space and it’s often easier to convert an integral garage because it falls under permitted development. If you are not altering the existing structure of the building, then you won’t have to apply for planning permission so a garage conversion in Poulton-Le-Fylde can be cost effective and offers minimal disruption. It can even add more value to your home than it costs.
Some recent clients in Poulton-Le-Fylde understood the benefits of converting their garage and asked us to do the work. At Four Seasons Roof Systems we have a range of experience in various building trades and have completed several extensions and conversions. We can also bring in other professional tradespeople to carry out some of the work if necessary, so we take care of everything.
Our clients had a double garage and decided to convert one of them. You can see what the front of the house originally looked like from one of the photographs. This garage conversion in Poulton-Le-Fylde involved completely changing the front of the garage to ensure that it didn’t look like an obvious garage conversion!
We started the process by removing the garage door and replacing it with brick work that was extended off the existing wall of the house. The brick work was for a bay window. The window was fitted along with a sloping tiled roof on the top of it. This was all in keeping with the existing features of the house.
Inside, new walls were built and along with the floor were fully insulated. A water proof membrane was also added to the floor. Skirting boards and architraves were fitted. New electrics and lights were installed and then the walls and ceiling were fully plastered.
As you can see from one of the pictures the room was to be used as a lounge. To create a modern, comfortable living space, a contemporary style designer radiator was supplied and fitted and for a luxurious touch the floor was finished with real oak wood. All the walls were painted in modern off-white emulsion. You can see the beautiful results from the photographs.