Basic Loft Conversion Cost

Are you considering a loft extension? If yes, you may worried that the process will not go as easily as you would like and you are wondering what you can do to smooth things over. Here are a few tips:
•    Come up with a budget. One of the most stressful things about loft extension is realizing that it is costing you more than you had planned in the first place. You should work with a contractor to come up with all costs that will go into the construction. Once you get a final amount you should about 10% to it as a contingency amount. Remember, you don’t have to pay for your loft conversion all at once – you can find a contractor who is willing to take payment in instalments.
•    You should come up with a design and make sure that it is what you want. Think about what you would like to use the loft for, and how it will affect the rest of your home. The design should fit it with the existing structure and also the decor.
•    Make sure that you understand what materials will be used for your loft conversion. Some contractors, in a bid to cut costs, will use cheap materials and sooner or later your loft will start to fall apart. Find out where the materials come from and get a guarantee so that in case things go wrong you have recourse.
•    Make sure that you have a solid contract in place with your contractor before the wok begins. It should cover the cost of the extension as well as the duration and it should also have a warranty.
MJ Salmon & Son can do your loft extension – they are excellent at this type of work, as you will see on their website,