York UK Loft Conversion Quotes House Extension & Attic Remodeling Announced

Project 4, a professional York, UK loft conversion company announced the availability of affordable attic remodelling and home extension services. The company’s team of planners and builders complete full attic, loft, and house extensions that are compliant to building regulations.

York, United Kingdom - September 16, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

York, UK loft conversion company Project 4 announced home extension and attic remodelling services and quotes for homeowners across the region. Conversion services are performed by local loft conversion specialists and qualified professional builders.

More information about Project 4 is available at https://project-4.co.uk

Loft conversions in York have been on the rise because they are affordable and maximise the utility of existing living spaces. The team of Project 4 builders and planners conceptualise and design spaces that are compliant to local building regulations while bringing a homeowner’s aesthetic and practical needs to life.

Project 4 specialises in building dormers with and without changes to the existing roof line. The company crafts bespoke dormers in several styles including Mansard, eyebrow, shed, gabled, and recessed structures. Conversions may be customised to maintain continuity with a house’s design ethic.

The home & attic remodelling builders in York also performs full Velux loft conversions with full-roof or partial roof skylight windows for improved natural illumination. Converted lofts and attics offer homeowners to develop new living spaces without large structural changes to the existing house.

Home extensions in York by Project 4 include the design and installation of interior and exterior elements such as loft windows, staircases, bespoke furniture, panelling, fitted kitchens, and lighting.

According to a spokesperson for the house extension York specialists, “We are delighted to announce the availability of our core services. We have delivered amazing loft transformations and extensions for more than 20 years and look forward to offering the most affordable bespoke house extension York has to offer.”

Project 4 is a specialised loft conversion, home extension, and loft furniture company serving customers in York, Leeds, Hull, Harrogate, and Beverley. The company is a member of the Consumer Protection Association, offering services backed by a 10-year insurance guarantee, independent ombudsman arbitration, and deposit protection.

For more information and a loft conversion quote, call 01904-819908 or visit https://project-4.co.uk.

Contact Info:
Name: Keith Merryweather
Email: Send Email
Organization: Project-4
Address: Peter Lane, York, England YO1 8SU, United Kingdom
Website: http://project-4.co.uk

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88919006

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