First of all a footing is dug and concreted to the local authority standards and a brick/block construction is built up to d.p.c level. The next stage once inspected is to concrete an insulated oversite; then the walls of the extension are built with an insulated cavity. The roof is next which is normally a timber cut roof covered with concrete tiles, new windows and any doors are fitted and then all the internal works can be start, electrical, plumbing, plastering and second fix carpentry. Upon completion the site is cleared with a happy customer.



Once the area has been surveyed a footing is dug and concrete at a depth of 600mm below the existing ground level unless the ground conditions determine that it needs to be deeper, when the footing is built up to d.p.c level an insulated concrete oversite is then constructed. The walls are then built with an insulated cavity which are normally 600mm high but all conservateries are be-spoke so it's entirely the customers choice. When the walls are cured the plastic work is installed and the whole thing looks different. The internal walls are then plastered and the conservatory is finished to enjoy for years to come.


Garage Conversions

Most people only use their garages as an extension to the garden shed so why not get an extra room in thehome and convert it, it's easily done; first the garage door is removed and re-placed with a window and brick panel below.The floor is then raised to the same level as the rest of the property and insulated. An insulated studwork wall is built, walls are then plasterboarded. Any additional electric sockets and lights are installed before the walls and ceiling are plaster finished