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If you’re looking to make some extra space, a garage conversion could be just what you need. By taking advantage of the room in your garage, you can effectively net yourself an extension - without the hassle of actually extending your home.

Garage conversions are a very non-disruptive way to add space to your property. They are very low maintenance (at least until it’s time to make structural changes). Luckily, getting the garage conversion that you deserve is pretty simple too. At Bark, we have a whole range of garage conversion specialists that can help you turn your garage into the room of your dreams.

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Do I need a Garage Conversion?

If this is the first time you’re hearing of a garage conversion, you’re not alone. A growing trend with many homeowners, garage conversions are a less committal way to add value to your home, without having to get back on the market.

As mentioned earlier, getting your garage converted can up the value of your home – in fact, it can add up to 10% to the original price of your home, so it’s definitely something to consider if you’re thinking about selling your property in the future. As you can imagine, having an additional room will give you much more living space.

Depending on your own requirements, you can convert your garage into whatever type of room you wish. Converting your garage is also inexpensive, especially when compared to building typical extensions (such as conservatories). Not only will your garage conversion not need planning permission, but you can also partially convert your garage if you still want to keep some garage space.

What should I look for when hiring a Garage Conversion expert?

So how do you go about picking the right person for the job? Comparing professionals is simple and getting quotes takes two minutes on Bark.com You can start the hiring process by narrowing down your choices to a few favourites. When picking your Garage Conversion Specialist, it’s best to have a look at reviews from previous customers and to ask some questions like:

  • What’s the best kind of conversion for my garage?
  • Can you show examples of previous work?
  • How long will the job take?
  • Do you provide a guarantee?
These are good places to begin when looking for the right professional.

How much does a Garage Conversion cost?

The fact that a garage conversion is so affordable makes it an attractive prospect for homeowners. This is in part to do with the fact that you don’t need to create any foundations or construct any walls to convert your garage. In addition, many garages have an electric supply, lowering building costs even more.

What types of Garage Conversion is best for me?

When getting your garage converted, there are four main types of conversion available. After your specialist has visited your property, they will discuss with you what is the best option for your needs.

Partial Integral Conversions

Part integral garage conversions are good for those with a lower budget. Because they are low-cost and cause minimal disruption, they have become very popular in recent years. Many homeowners will opt to keep the garage door in the same place as it was originally placed. The end of the garage can be made into a living space, usually split with a partition.

Detached Garage Conversions

Detached garage conversions can demand additional work. There is also a possibility that planning permission will be needed too. However, if your detached garage is close enough to your home a direct link may be made for easier access. This will depend on the type of room you are converting your garage to.

Full Integral Conversion

An integral garage conversion is one that changes a garage directly attached to your home. These garages are connected via a door and usually link to the kitchen. This common type of conversion is very cheap and can add up to 150 sq ft.² to your property. Many people choose to convert the garages into playrooms, home offices or utilities.

Double Integral Conversions

A double integral garage conversion is much similar to your regular conversion, except that it has twice the amount of space. The difference with this type of conversion is that you may choose to convert only one part of the garage. For example, you could leave part of the garage unconverted in order to keep your parking space. If you convert the entire garage, you can expect to have 300 extra sq ft.² to play with.

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Where is the existing garage located?

Residential – next to main property

How big is the garage to be converted?

20 ft x 30ft

What are you planning to use the converted garage for?

Annex for relatives

Do you have plans drawn up?

No, I don't have plans yet

What is the planning permission status for this job?

Planning required as detached. Advised by property lawyer it will be granted

Do you have any additional details

Rough idea required on house we are in the process of buying. The aim is to convert detached garage into 2 bedroom self contained annex.Has a pitched roof, electric and a toilet already installed

Where is the existing garage located?

Residential – away from main property

How big is the garage to be converted?

Office

What are you planning to use the converted garage for?

With bathroom

Do you have plans drawn up?

No, I don't have plans yet

What is the planning permission status for this job?

Not sure we need it

Do you have any additional details

I would like to convert garage in an office space with bathroom. Replace flat roof, and put in patio doors.

Where is the existing garage located?

Residential- integral partly converted

How big is the garage to be converted?

Front part of garage to be converted single car width

What are you planning to use the converted garage for?

Kids play room

Do you have plans drawn up?

I would like the pro to help me with plans

What is the planning permission status for this job?

Planning permission not required

Do you have any additional details

We have an integral single garage that has been partly converted to the back of the property. We would like to complete to complete the front end removing g the garage door etc

The average price of a Garage Conversion Specialist is £1,050

Region Great Value
Average
Premium
Nationwide
£425
£1,050
£8,000
London
£675
£3,500
£15,000
Scotland
£400
£690
£5,800

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4.68/5.00

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The average rating for Bark Garage Conversion Specialists is 4.68, based on 19,145 reviews.

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