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Loft & Garage Conversions
Since 2002 Savida has been building a reputation on the quality of workmanships, and our many satisfied and valued customers can testify to our performances.
We offer services such as property extensions, new build, loft & garage conversions, bathroom and kitchen installations, interior plastering and all general building works.
We provide a full total construction service, undertaking all aspects of commercial and domestic renovation works including shop fits to plastering, wood flooring installations and our team of dedicated and experienced builders deal with all aspects of property renovation and maintenance.
We also offer a free quote, so give us a call next time you’re looking to do some home improvement.

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Space Conversion
A loft conversion is one of the easiest ways of adding space to your home. Depending on the roof structure and planning constraints, almost all houses can benefit from this type of extension with a bit of basic planning.

From lofts and basements to barns and warehouses, you can create living space in almost any structure. We show you how with great design inspiration and expert advice.

Reconfigure what’s there
As well as adding new space, re-configuring the existing room arrangement to create the optimum layout for making the best use of natural light, views, access to the garden and drive, and to improve privacy, is crucial to making the new extension work.

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How Much Will a Non-Standard Loft Conversion Cost?
The good news is, there’s nearly always a solution. But inevitably, complexity equates to higher cost — compared to the sort of cavernous loft that only needs a couple of skylights, a couple of layers of insulation and a beefed-up floor structure.
A straightforward project of this type could probably be carried out for as little as £15,000 (less if you’re getting stuck in with some DIY), although a typical large dormer roof extension with a new double bedroom and en suite is likely to set you back around £35,000–£45,000.