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|Greetings, I am Bryn but my nickname is Sunny, I am a loft conversion professional working in Barnsley, UK. My favorite pastimes are sewing, weight training and microscopy. I grew up in in Edinburgh and graduated from University of Huddersfield. I've got a sister Clara and two brothers, I've got a pet frog called Ebony. I run a loft conversions enterprise and like to help people remodel their dwellings so that they haven't got to sell up and move.|
With the ever soaring expense of purchasing a house as of late, not every property owner can even afford to move to a bigger house just to gain some extra space. It's not only the house prices that affect this, but also the actual cost of moving, which can be expensive in recent years. When your family is getting too big for its home however you can't afford to move there are still some good alternatives.
You could possibly put an extension onto your property to create more room but this can be extremely expensive and could depend upon whether you can get the required planning permission. If you've got a sturdy garage that you're not currently using, you might consider doing a garage conversion which would be less expensive. The last solution is to do a loft conversion, which may not only be cost effective, but may also put more value to your home without increasing its footprint.
When your conversion has been finished, there's lots of uses you can put it to. You might turn it into a gym, a new downstairs bathroom or an extra bedroom or two. But of course there are lots of uses to which a good conversion can be put, limited only by your inventiveness!
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