Once we commence the construction of your loft conversion, we will ensure that work is progressing in accordance with the schedule we set out and address any concerns or questions you may have.
We will certify each stage of the build and take a payment after each stage is completed.
A Building Control Inspector will also attend the site periodically throughout the build. They will ensure that all work being being carried out is in accordance with current Building Control Regulations.
Common Stages Of Work
We will attend a meeting at your property to discuss the following:
Proposed work schedule will be agreed
Any additional work required will be discussed
Anticipated start will be confirmed
Final site measurements for steel works will be taken and confirmed
Any Health & Safety issues or other concerns will be addressed
Independent Scaffolding will be erected to accommodate your proposed loft conversion. This will only be done by an approved company with clear method statements, full public liability insurance and current, company approved Health & Safety policy.
Install load bearing steels, trimmers and steel plates that are relevant to your job. Structural walls of the dormers, hip to gables or mansards are formed. New Structural floor joists are laid.
Old tanks are removed if necessary. Tanks that are in use are disconnected and re-located in the void area within your loft space. At this point, many customers choose to upgrade their existing heating system. New pipe work is laid ready to accommodate fixtures to the loft room.
New wires are laid ready to accommodate all electrical fittings to your loft room(s)
New UPVC / wooden double glazed windows are installed. Velux skylight windows and flashing kits are installed. Roofing work including tiling, lead work and flat roof/s is completed. Fascia boards, guttering and down pipes are fixed. New external walls are tiled, rendered or pebble dashed.
The whole of the loft is insulated to comply with building regulations. Internal walls are formed. Flooring is laid creating loft room floor. Stairs to loft area are installed. Whole area of loft conversion is clad with plasterboards. Two coats of plaster are applied to boarded areas.
Radiators, sanitary ware and new boilers are installed. Waste connection is connected into your existing drainage system. Existing S.V.P is extended.
Plug sockets, light points, extractors fans etc are connected to the wiring in your loft connection is made to your existing fuse board.
Skirting and architrave is fixed throughout your newly converted room/s and 1/2 a�� hour fire checked doors are hung.
Scaffolding and skip is removed. Site is left clean and tidy.
Inspections from your appointed building inspector will take place throughout your loft conversion. A final inspection will be carried out and a completion certificate issued.
Works carried out should be completed within 6 to 8 weeks dependant on the size of loft conversion.