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Halford Jones Architecture Ltd

Stanmore,, Leicestershire

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1 hire on Bark
Halford Jones Architecture Ltd logo
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Halford Jones Architecture Ltd

Stanmore,, Leicestershire

(2)
1 hire on Bark

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Halford Jones Architecture has been formed to provide a simple and cost effective service to homeowners requiring planning permission and building regulations approval for all types of extensions, loft and garage conversions, new build houses and outbuildings.

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16 April 2019

Very friendly and understanding professional. Guided us all the way till completion of our building project. Nicely drawn up drawings and always responsive to our calls and emails. Very happy with their service, will hire them again soon. More...

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4 August 2017

We were very pleased with their drawings which exceeded our expectations in terms of practicality and 'wow' factor. We were impressed by the speed and efficiency of their communications and with their dealings on our behalf with planners from the local authority. Their prices were also extremely reasonable. I would recommend them unreservedly. More...

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Generally all garages are suitable for conversion. All you need to do is insulate the floor with a concrete screed, timber frame internally with the appropriate insulation then finish with insulated plasterboard. The roof can be lifted (if existing is flat) to allow for upgraded joists and insulation.

If the roof will be a pitched roof, additional strengthening of the existing wall may be required for stability.

Generally you dont require planning permission for garage conversions.

I would confirm that with you or the planning dept.

Following my survey, I would draw up the relevant construction drawings and these are then passed on to builders for their quotes and to start the building work.

I would say the existing loft height needs to be minimum 2.4m to be able to make this conversion. Apart from that, most lofts are suitable to convert. A newer built house will have attic trusses and these cant be altered so the roof will need to be replaced to include new trusses or a cut roof that could include dormer windows.

Generally you dont require planning permission for loft conversions if you are not creating more than 40m3 of additional loft space.

I would confirm that with you or the planning dept.

Following my survey, I would draw up the relevant construction drawings and these are then passed on to builders for their quotes and to start the building work.

Meeting so many people form all kinds of cultures.

The most pleasing this is seeing the completed project as generally it has improved their lives considerably.

As I work for myself I can provide more time to my clients and give them the advise I think they need.

Larger companies dont seem to do this.

I think the reviews on my website say why you should choose me.

I offer an honest and cost effective service that meets my clients needs.