WHY CONSIDER A LOFT CONVERSION IN UXBRIDGE?
Loft Conversion Uxbridge : Are you looking to maximise rental income on your property or make a worthwhile investment with a loft conversion to your home, which is superbly located close to London Underground, Heathrow Airport and Uxbridge Town Centre? This is where Atomic Build Ltd can assist, with a Uxbridge loft conversion that creates the extra space you need, to add value on your property in the long-run.
WHY SHOULD YOU BUILD YOUR LOFT WITH ATOMIC BUILD?
On top of all the stresses life throws your way, a loft conversion process may seem daunting, but our experienced team of architects and design experts can be there every step of the way when deciding on what type of conversion you desire, through to detailed planning of the initial design, planning permission if required and the construction itself, all tailor-made to meet your budget and lifestyle choice. In order to ensure the process is as stress-free as possible, we have a dedicated project manager who will set up regular meetings to keep you updated on the progress of your loft and answer any questions to create the unique bespoke design and style you’ve desired.
THE ATOMIC LOFT & DORMER LOFT BUILD PROCESS
Our service includes the following:
- Free site meeting
- Pre-construction pack
- Detailed design development
- Contract stage
- Building commencement
- Completion and deployment
In addition, we can provide a free, no obligation visit to one of our existing construction sites, demonstrating our capabilities in managing the process with integrity and provide assurance to you that we deliver in a cost-effective, timely manner as per your needs. We specialise in 100% bespoke design and build projects, with up to 20 years insurance-backed guarantee and amazing customer feedback. For more information on loft conversions in Uxbridge, please contact us today.
Uxbridge lies at a mean elevation of 120 feet (30 m) above mean sea level. Like much of the rest of the UK its climate is generally temperate, with few extremes of temperature or weather. The landscape upon which the settlement of Uxbridge was established is largely unchanged from the Mesolithic era. Much of it was covered by oak and elm trees, which were gradually cleared by early settlers. An archaeological excavation by the Museum of London in the 1990s found evidence of flint items shaped by Mesolithic hunters, as well as various animal bones and traces of charcoal from the remains of campfires.