Different cellar conversion routes for Shipley homeowners
Cellar conversions provide a unique opportunity for homeowners to add value and kerb appeal to their home without extending the property. In areas like Shipley, where residential property was mainly built during the Victorian era, space can be at a premium.
Terraces and even town houses often have little room to extended the property externally, but by converting the cellar you’re able to add a significant amount of extra space to your home, which Pure Basements can convert into any manner of fantastic living areas. Popular conversions in Shipley include:
- A guest bedroom or even master bedroom with accompanying en-suite
- Home office to avoid that rush hour commute
- A home gym, yoga or workout space
- A second living room or snug
- A home movie theatre or cinema
- Kitchen/Dining space
Converting your cellar will transform your home, whether you are looking to add something a little different or are drawn to cellar conversion through necessity, you will add value to your house and enjoyment to your families lifestyle.
The cellar conversion process from Pure Basement Systems
We communicate with our customers every step of the way, ensuring that our customers are aware of each stage and know what to expect from their cellar conversion project. It all begins with a free, no-obligation survey of your cellar. This is a necessity as it affords us the opportunity to analyse your space along with your requirements and offer you an accurate as possible initial quote.
Once you’re happy with this quote, planning can commence. We’ll begin by having an in-depth discussion with you regarding what you want from the conversion, we’ll then have architects drawings made up to give you an accurate representation of what to expect. You will be provided with the opportunity to see some of our finished work in person, by which time we will have created a detailed quotation for you to sign off.
After sign off, the work can really begin. Site preparations come first, followed by digging for drainage channels and sump pumps being fitted where necessary. The cavity wall membrane is then installed, this keeps the water out and the your cellar dry. We’ll then apply the first fixings such as wiring, plumbing and gas works. Next comes dry lining and plaster work and then finished finally by second fixings like lighting, bespoke joinery and decorating your new cellar.
Get in touch with Pure Basement Systems
Our services encapsulate all manner of the conversion process, from design and installation to decorating and furnishing. If you should have any more questions regarding our cellar conversion services then please do not hesitate to get in touch with one of our friendly team, we’d love to hear from you.