The Attic conversions Specialists Schoolgreen, RG2 9
Welcome to CC Top Builders. If you are considering an attic conversions, you have come to right place. For over ten years CC Top Builders does attic conversions all over Schoolgreen, RG2 9 for families wishing to turn the empty roof space in their homes into an extra living area. We have completed literally thousands of attic conversions over the last ten years and have gained invaluable experience in the construction process but also in ensuring all our customers receive great service.
The best attic conversion company in Schoolgreen
Most attic conversions are completed with in two weeks, and disruption to the household is kept to a minimum. All carpets and flooring are fully covered before commencement of work. All rubbish and debris are taken away on completion of the conversion or extension.
Free Attic conversions Consultation
We offer free attic conversions consultations, free quotations and a totally professional service from start to finish. If you want to convert your attic, or need insulation added to your current conversion, renovate or refurbish your house, kitchen or just anything, then call us on 020 3389 8528.
Why Choose CC Top Builders?
- Specialists in attic conversions in attic conversions area.
- General Building Work including extensions, sheds etc.
- 10+ years experience.
- Architect Certificate of Compliance (if requested).
- Top quality Velux windows used.
- Dormer windows also available.
- Custom made stairs supplied and installed.
- Choice of wood or plastered finish.
- Most attics completed in under 8 days.
- Full job, start to finish, including plumbing and electrics.
- En-suites installed if required.
- Hip Roof Extensions (subject to planning permission).
- All rubbish taken away on completion of your attic.
- RSJs installed.
- References available on request.
- Free no-obligation quotes.
- Excellent rates.
- Fully Insured.
- See our gallery of pictures for ideas.
- Just want a Velux Window installed? No problem, we can supply and install a Velux in your kitchen or attic.
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7 mistakes to avoid when choosing a builder
Building and refurbishing is not something that we do really often, so it goes without saying that choosing a builder can be a tricky choice with substantial effects if you get it wrong. By avoiding these typical errors you’re more likely to delight in a tension totally free construct and eliminate spending plan blow outs.
Selecting the wrong type of builder
Rather merely, if you are extending or remodeling you must just be speaking with builders who are experienced in extensions and remodellings, and, if you are building a new house you must just be talking with builders who are experienced in brand-new houses. The best new house builder in the area might be the worst option to build your extension because there is a lot different about an extension that can easily capture out a builder without that experience. It is not unusual for brand-new house contractors to present competitive quotes for extension and remodelling jobs; nevertheless that is typically since they do not have the experience to prepare a quote that adequately handles the complexities of an extension
Not getting thorough quotes
Far a lot of individuals pick a builder based upon quotes that have a lot of crucial products missing out on and that are not transparent. No matter how in-depth and extensive the illustrations may appear, there will generally be a great deal of things missing out on from the illustrations that the builder has to prepare a thorough quote.
If the contractors have just been supplied with plans to prepare their quote there is a high probability that there will be a great deal of crucial items missing out on from the quote and an extremely high possibility that will cause extra expenses and prospective conflict with the builder. To avoid this you should always provide the home builders with a detailed Inclusions Schedule in addition to the drawings. Inclusions Schedule’s, like ProSpex guarantee you comprehend what will be consisted of in the quote, guarantees that the quotes you get will be even more thorough and transparent, making it a lot easier for everyone included to compare ‘apples with apples’
Assuming that the least expensive quote is the best cost
It is only natural to be drawn to the quote that will conserve you some money, but if that quote is significantly less expensive than the other quotes then you need to be extremely careful before you choose that builder. A grouping of comparable quotes must be offering you some hints regarding exactly what the right cost is to complete the job. Picking a builder that has provided a quote that is substantially less than other quotes might result in future problems if in truth the builder has actually made an error with the quote. The last thing you want is for the builder to take faster ways and charge for variations down the track
Not understanding lingo in the quote
There are a number of terms that you absolutely need to comprehend when evaluating quotes. If you do not, you will be exposed to a greater danger of additional costs throughout construction and your spending plan blowing out. There are 2 essential terms that will be important in your evaluation of quotes.
For instance, when you see ‘Prime Cost’ items and ‘Provisional Sums’ noted you need to understand that they are allowances only and whilst the builder has a responsibility to consist of figures that are reasonable, there is also a huge variety in the expense of many items that could be considered reasonable. For example, a toilet can be acquired for $250 yet there are also toilets readily available for over 3000. You ought to be particularly alert if a quote has a lot of Provisional Sums in it, as Provisional Sums are often used to make a quote look competitive when in reality it might really be extremely misleading. Adam Hobill’s book, Nail It!, goes into a lot more detail on why it’s so important to comprehend Provisional Sums
Not talking with present clients
It’s easy for contractors to give you the details of a few customers who they understand have actually mored than happy with their services; and because of that asking builders for references is a little bit of a wild-goose chase as they are only going to offer you details of individuals who will state the best thing. Rather, you ‘d be better advised to ask the builder for the contact details of a few existing clients. Present clients will offer you feedback that is less contrived and better as they are still immersed while doing so
Unknowning who you’ll be handling
Some builders will prepare the quote and be the main builder on site day to day, whilst some structure business will have a team of individuals and the individual who prepares and provides the quote might not be your primary contact throughout the construct … you may never see them throughout the remainder of the procedure. You’re going to be handling your builder for many months and a close working relationship will be vital to ensure an effective outcome, so make sure you understand who it is that you will be dealing with from day to day
Unknowning exactly what is left out from the quote
Among the best methods to clarify exactly what is consisted of in the quote is to ask the builder to verify exactly what is omitted from the quote. A bit like reverse engineering, it is a fantastic way to discover any of those items that might have been presumed by either party are either consisted of or omitted. Lighting, for example, frequently develops confusion and ends in argument if it is not made clear at the start. A builder may estimate for lights, however that will often just include the batten fitting (globe holder) and no light fittings, whereas the customer is most likely anticipating that light fittings are consisted of