Why a loft conversion in south Manchester is the ideal addition to your home

If you are short of space in your home, or simply looking to do some home improvements, then why not consider a loft conversion?

Homes in south Manchester are ideally suited for loft conversions.  South Manchester has an array of Victorian and Edwardian homes that have space in the loft that is often left unused.

You may be in need of a spare bedroom, an office, or perhaps a place for your teenage kids to escape to. Whatever the reason, a loft conversion can be the perfect answer.

The Didsbury area of Manchester, in particular, has fantastic properties, many over a 100 years old, that are calling out for a loft conversion.  So, when you go to hunt your Christmas tree and decorations from your loft in the next few weeks, take a moment to look around.  What do you see? Empty space that could so easily be utilised.

Whether you want to make your three bed home a four bed, or a four bed a five, here at Topflite we have the ability to create you an amazing space.  Taking around 6 weeks you could soon have a loft that transforms the dynamics of your home.

 

 

And, if you want to find out just what the loft conversion process is like, then why not look at our video.  We are neat, tidy, and perfectionists at what we do.

Why not contact us today for a free quote and we can help 2013 be the year that you transform your home!

Save money for your loft conversion

Are you planning on a loft conversion? Have you recently had a loft conversion but need to save some money for the decor? This time of year can certainly be costly.  Saving money can be extremely hard.  But there are a wide range of money saving ideas that can help.

1. De-clutter

Clearing out your loft or garage can unearth some great treasures.  You can make some extra cash by simply selling your unwanted items on eBay.  It will also leave you with the extra space for your loft conversion!

2. Energy saving

You can save money on your energy bills by replacing all your lightbulbs with energy saving bulbs.

3. Heating

This time of year can most certainly be cold.  However, by turning your thermostat down by just a few degrees can really make a difference on your heating bill.  Also, make sure that you have the right level of insulation in your home.  By adding a loft conversion you will be able to insulate your loft much better.

4. Rent it out

If you are planning on a loft conversion you could consider renting out a room in your house to a lodger.  You could also rent it out as desk space for a freelancer.  That way you could make some extra cash each month.

5. Plan ahead

Writing lists can help to reduce your weekly costs.  When food shopping, writing a list will mean you only buy what you actually need.  That way you won’t spend frivilously on the items you don’t need.

To find out more about loft conversions, or to get a free quote, simply contact us today.