For each type of project, we have provided a bite-sized guide that covers estimated costs, advantages of each project and points to consider before going ahead with the project. We strongly encourage you to give us a call if you have any doubts regarding your project and need some professional advice.
Extending is a popular way to increase space and add value to your property. The struggle and costs of moving – from legal fees to stamp duty – mean upgrading your existing home is often a better option.
Loft conversions are consistently voted the nation’s Number One home improvement project. That wasted space in the roof could be turned into an en suite bedroom, a home office or other useful space.
In the UK, just 15% of people use their garage for parking. This means a lot of useful space is wasted or used for haphazard storage. The possibilities are endless - from home offices to studio apartments and home gyms.
As we all know, open-plan kitchen-diners are becoming increasingly popular due to the extra space you can access without the hassle and stress of an extension.
Ever wanted to build your own home? Down-to-earth or bespoke, we can provide a design to suit your requirements by managing your aspirations and budget.
The Party Wall etc Act 1996 provides a guide for preventing and settling disagreements concerning party walls, boundary walls and excavations near adjoining buildings.
The team at ProDesign is made up of Architectural Technicians and Structural Engineers who specialise in efficiently creating home design packages for Planning & Building Regulation submission.
Choosing the right builder can be a stressful task from fees to timelines, disruption to reliability, which is why we have curated a list of factors that should be taken into consideration before making your final choice.
*These guides are made available by ProDesign for educational purposes only as well as to give you general information and a general understanding of the pre-build stages of building work, not to provide specific advice. These guides should not be used as a substitute for competent advice from a qualified professional.