Tag Archives: home improvement

Quick and easy spring cleaning tips

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

We’re willing to bet that you sometimes look at your house and wish there was a cleaning fairy – be honest! It’s easy for clutter to mount up, especially during the winter when all you really want to do is curl up under your duvet with a mug of hot chocolate. But now that it’s nearly spring, the time has come to clear out that clutter once and for all – or at least until next winter. Cleaning doesn’t have to take long – just follow our quick and easy spring cleaning tips and your house will be spick and span in no time.

 

Organise your shelves

If you’re anything like us, you’ll be itching to reorganise your shelves, particularly if you use them to store books or DVDs. It may sound like an arduous job, but tackling your shelves will give you a sense of satisfaction – plus it’ll be much easier to locate something. Housebeautiful.com recommends organising books by size and subject but if you’d rather sort them alphabetically, we totally understand.

 

Double up

While it makes sense to tackle one room at a time, styleathome.com suggests tackling two things at once to save time. For instance, you could be making your bed and ironing your clothes while another load is in the washing machine.

 

Clean as you work

Rather than letting your greasy pots mount up as you’re cooking, fill a bowl with hot soapy water and put any dirty dishes in there immediately. That way, the pots and pans can soak while you’re tea is in the oven, making washing up less of a daunting task afterwards. Womansday.com also suggests wiping up any spillages straightaway with a damp cloth to protect your surfaces.

 

Wash your windows

You’re forgiven for not wanting to wash your windows in the winter, but once spring is here, there’s really no excuse. So get a bucket of warm soapy water and a squeegee and scrub off all of that winter grime. Marthastewart.com recommends washing large windows in a “snake” motion, before touching up the sides – that way, there’ll be fewer streaks.

 

Which chore do you plan on tackling first this spring?

Here at Econoloft, we have over 40 years’ experience in the loft conversion industry. As such, we’re something of an expert when it comes to home improvements.

Check out our gallery for design inspiration and be sure to have a read of our client testimonials – they detail exactly why we’re the best firm to complete your loft conversion job for you.

For more information or to book your FREE estimate, contact Econoloft today on FREEPHONE 0800269765 or fill in a call back form and we will contact you when it’s convenient.

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest
27.02.2014 No Comments

Add some colour to your home this spring

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

During the winter, everything seems dull and drab – even the clothes we wear are darker. That’s why we’re so excited that spring is nearly upon us. It’ll give us all a chance to inject some colour back into our lives. Using brighter colours in your home will boost your mood and get your home looking fabulous for spring. So let’s take a look at the colours you should be using this spring.

Pastel tones
This spring, it’s all about the candy coloured pastel shades – at least according to elledecor.com. We love the interplay of pink, green and yellow in this rug, offset by the muted sand coloured walls. The lavender sprigs and pale pink vases atop the mantelpiece complete the look, to give a soft, welcoming feel.

 

Rainbow hues
Check out this rainbow coloured room from houseandhome.com. Don’t you think it’s just perfect for a kids’ bedroom? Each block of colour is broken up by a solid white stripe, giving the room a bright and breezy feel. We love the bright blue curtains and sunshine yellow bed linen too – you couldn’t fail to be happy if this was your bedroom.

 

Shades of green
It’s no secret that green is a popular colour for spring. Not only does it signify new life, growth, and vitality, it’s also very calming. So why not recreate this multi-tonal green look from bhg.com in your home? The mint green of the wall adds a fresh vibe, while the pretty patterned lampshade and the curtains bring some warmth to the mix. And you can’t go wrong with a few springtime flowers either.

What’s your favourite springtime colour?

Here at Econoloft, we’re not just about interior design – although if you’re in need of inspiration, be sure to check out our gallery of previous work, as well as our client testimonials.

Our 40 years’ experience in the loft conversion industry makes us something of an expert when it comes to understanding the ins and outs of conversions, as well as what our valued clients want.

We offer a tailored service, which means that everything we do is in line with your specifications, so get those creative thinking caps on.

For more information or to book your FREE estimate, contact Econoloft on FREEPHONE 0800269765 or fill in a call back form and we will contact you when it’s convenient.

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest
24.02.2014 No Comments

What NOT to do with your home gym

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you’ll know that we’ve been focusing on home gyms for the last couple of weeks. We’ve brought you advice on the planning and preparation of your home gym, tips for making it colourful, and shown you some of our favourite gyms. Today however, we’re going to look at it from a slightly different perspective – what NOT to do with your home gym. That’s because sometimes, looking at the don’ts can help you avoid making mistakes. So without further ado, here’s what NOT to do.

Don’t clutter up the room
To get an all-round good workout, you’ll need to use a variety of machines, right? Well, actually, what you should be more concerned with is using what space you have to your advantage. Work with the dimensions of the room – take this home gym from Pinterest.com – perfectly fine, with a good choice of machinery. The problem however, is that it’s far too cluttered. There’s insufficient space to do the weights properly – the last thing you need is to smash the mirror or hurt yourself on your other machinery, simply because you’ve not left enough space.

Don’t forget the windows
This home gym from digsdigs.com contains everything you need for a great workout. There’s a selection of machinery, a television for entertainment, and a mirror to ensure you’re doing the exercises properly. What it doesn’t have is windows. There’s also no fan either. Now, while we’d recommend fresh air over a fan any day, it’s vital that you have some way of keeping the room cool. The hotter and stuffier it gets in there, the less able you’ll feel to complete your workout. So install some windows and get them thrown open – trust us, you’ll feel better for it.

 

Don’t invest in really heavy weights
Weights are great for toning and building muscle. They’ll also ensure that you get a full body workout if the only other machine’s you’re using are the treadmill and the bike. What you shouldn’t do however, is make the mistake of investing in the heaviest weights to build muscle fast. This will only result in you doing yourself an injury. Start off with smaller weights and increase the resistance every couple of sessions. Womenshealthmag.com recommends these dumbbells from Perform Better.

 

Don’t make it boring
It may sound obvious, but there are more ways than one to make a home gym more appealing. If you’re struggling to find motivation to get on the treadmill for half an hour a day, why not turn your home gym into something a little more fun? We found this climbing wall gym on houzz.com. It won’t take up much space (just one wall) which is ideal if you don’t have a spare room to devote entirely to a gym. What’s more, it’s just that little bit different, making you more likely to want to do it. Plus, it’s a great activity for your kids to get involved with too.

If you have a loft which you don’t use, how about turning it into your perfect home gym? Having been in the loft conversion business for more than 40 years, Econoloft is the ideal company to transform your loft for you.

We tailor all of our designs to suit your specifications – take a look at our gallery for plenty of design inspiration. While you’re there, check out our impressive client testimonials.

For more information or to book your FREE estimate, contact Econoloft today on FREEPHONE 0800269765 or fill in a call back form and we will contact you when it’s convenient.

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest
23.01.2014 No Comments

Home gym inspiration

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

Did you make a New Year’s resolution to get fit this year? How’s it going so far? You may not be aware but today is Blue Monday, otherwise known as the most depressing day of the year. It’s around this time that we realise we have little to no money left over, the weather is truly wintery, and all motivation to exercise has long left us. So if you’re feeling a little blue, get your New Year’s resolution back on track with a home gym. Here is some inspiration to help you get started.

Mixing business with pleasure
Getting fit doesn’t mean you have to forsake your home comforts, as this home gym from rightmove.co.uk proves. If you’re going to be using equipment such as an exercise bike, treadmill, or cross trainer, why not install them in your living room? You can exercise while you watch the television or chat to your family – it’ll help to keep you motivated during your workout and will feel less intimidating than devoting an entire room to your gym.

Cool off in a swimming pool
Working out can leave you feeling red faced and sweaty, particularly if you’re new to exercise. Installing your very own swimming pool may be all the motivation you need to keep going. Just think about how lovely and relaxing a dip in the pool will feel – it’ll definitely give you something to look forward to during your workout. We saw this one on houzz.com – if your space is a little smaller, consider installing a power shower in the corner of your gym instead – it’ll feel just as good.

Floor to ceiling mirrors
You may not be all that comfortable with the idea of watching yourself while you exercise. However, it can be incredibly useful to have floor to ceiling mirrors on the wall of your home gym. It’ll help you to gauge whether or not you’re exercising correctly, and you’ll notice results and improvements a lot faster too, giving you more motivation to keep up the good work. We love this home gym from Pinterest.com – it’s simple but classy and reminds us of the kind of gym you find at a spa – exercise doesn’t have to be horrendous.

Loft gym
You may be wondering who on earth has space in their home for a home gym? Well the solution to this problem could lie in the loft. If your loft is currently unused and you’re looking for a way to make the most out of the space, you may be considering a loft conversion. If it’s big enough, you could even install an en-suite for your post-workout shower. Keep it light and airy with big windows and plenty of lighting, like in this home gym from architectureartdesigns.com.

What would your dream home gym look like?

Here at Econoloft, our 40 years’ experience in the loft conversion industry makes us the ideal company to do the job for you.

We’ll tailor our work to your specifications – take a look at the pictures in our gallery for some great ideas. While you’re there, check out our impressive client testimonials.

For more information or to book your FREE estimate, contact Econoloft today on FREEPHONE 0800269765 or fill in a call back form and we will contact you when it’s convenient.

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest
20.01.2014 No Comments

The most appealing home gyms

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

We understand that a gym might not be the most exciting place in the world. And now that it’s winter, you’re likely going to be more in need than ever of a little motivation to get out of bed and onto the treadmill. Some people buy themselves some brand new gym clothes, hoping that this will spur them into making some sort of commitment to the gym. We’ve come up with another solution – make your home gym as interesting and as appealing as possible. Design it so well that you find yourself wanting to be there, and looking forward to your next workout. That way, the pounds will soon disappear. Take a look at our selection of the most appealing home gyms.

Room with a view
If we could look out over this gorgeous landscape while we worked out, we might feel more inclined to do it more often. We found this amazing home gym idea on digsdigs.com. Now we understand that there’s no guarantee of a view like this (especially if you live in sunny England), but you could come close by painting a wall mural of an exotic location.

 

Inspiring wall message
We all have these great plans – we’ll work out daily, get fit and lose loads of weight. What we forget, is that exercise can be gruelling. It can take all your effort just to summon up the motivation to put on your gym clothes, let alone to push yourself in the gym. Put up a poster on your wall with an inspiring message, such as this one, seen on Pinterest.com. It always helps to have support and a goal – try working out with a friend or a family member and encourage each other to keep going.

 

Colours of the rainbow
If you take away just one piece of advice from today’s blog, take this one – make sure your gym is bright. A combination of primary colours or other bright splashes of paint will give your gym visual appeal. You don’t have to stop at the walls either. Check out this home gym idea from homedesignlover.com – even the equipment is colourful!

Have you got any ideas for adding visual appeal to a home gym?

Here at Econoloft, we’ve been in the loft conversion industry for over 40 years, which makes us something of an expert. We tailor all of our designs to your specification, whether you’re hoping to convert your loft into a home gym, kids’ playroom or spare bedroom.

Take a look at our gallery – it’s packed with design inspiration. Our impressive client testimonials detail exactly why we’re the best firm to complete the job for you.

For more information or to book your FREE estimate, contact Econoloft today on FREEPHONE 0800269765 or fill in a call back form and we will contact you when it’s convenient.

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest
16.01.2014 No Comments

Planning a home gym

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

It’s the start of a new year, and we’re betting that one of your resolutions this year was to join a gym. We’re becoming ever more health conscious these days, and where better to burn off some of those weekend calories than at your local gym? The only problem is, gyms can be quite expensive. After all, there’s the joining fee, general membership costs, new gym gear, bottles of water, and money getting there and back. On top of that of course, there’s the embarrassment of getting sweaty and red faced in front of all of those other fit people. When you take all of that into consideration, you may well start to have second thoughts. But what if we told you that you could set up a gym in your own home? Interested? Read on for the ins and outs of planning a home gym.

 

Think about the type of gym you want

It’s all well and good telling everyone that you’re going to have a home gym, but have you stopped to consider what type of gym you want? There are all kinds of options available to you. Your best bet is to think about your preferences and what you’d like to achieve. If you hate the idea of weights and would rather focus on toning up your legs, then it’s pointless to invest in fancy arm equipment.

Who else will be using your home gym? If it’s going to be the whole family, ask them what they’d like you to include in the way of equipment, sound system or television. Some people find that music really helps them get into a workout, while others may prefer to catch up on their favourite television shows while exercising – think of it as making the most of your free time.

 

What about lack of space?

Wanting a home gym is commendable. However, if you don’t have the space, you may need to consider how best to incorporate it into the space you do have. You could always combine your gym and your home office, store equipment in a guest bedroom, or set up a small area in your garage. When trying to figure out the best solution, try to think as practically as possible – if you’re planning to work out in the evening, it might not be such a great idea to put your equipment in the room next door to your little ones – you don’t want to disturb them while they’re sleeping.

 

Loft gyms
If you’re considering putting your gym in your loft, you may wish to also install a fan or open a window while you do your work out – otherwise, you run the risk of getting very hot, very quickly. The great thing about a loft gym is that you can section off one corner of the room and install a shower – ideal for that post work out freshening up. Remember to always check the building regulation guidelines before going ahead with any work.

Equipment

Lastly, you’ll need to think about what sort of equipment you’re going to need. Here are some ideas:

– Mount a television on the wall – you can tune it into music channels or your favourite soaps – it’ll give you something to focus on other than the pain you’re feeling.
– Thick gym mat for stretching
– Hang a mirror on one of the walls and face it while you’re exercising to check you’re doing it properly.
– For cardio exercises, you’ll need an exercise bike, rowing machine and/or treadmill.
– If you’re planning to work on your muscles, invest in a bench and some weights.

If you’re considering installing a home gym in your house, a loft conversion could be the solution. Of course, there are plenty of other uses for a loft conversion, such as a home cinema, home office, extra bedroom or children’s playroom.

Econoloft has been in the loft conversion industry for more than 40 years, which makes us ideally qualified to transform your home. We tailor all of our designs to your specifications so you get the home of your dreams.

For more inspiration, take a look at our gallery, while our impressive client testimonials detail exactly why we’re the best firm to complete the job for you.

For more information or to book your FREE estimate, contact Econoloft today on FREEPHONE 0800269765 or fill in a call back form and we will contact you when it’s convenient.

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest
13.01.2014 No Comments

Unusual Celebrity Homes

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

So earlier this week, we took a look at some of the fanciest homes of the rich and famous. These are the homes of the people who’ve made it big in life. With a seemingly endless supply of money, there’s limitless opportunity available when it comes to building or buying a new home or two. Today however, we’re going to be looking at some of the more unusual celebrity homes out there. Let’s take a sneaky peek through the door.

Christina Aguilera – baby’s room
We found this pic on hometone.com – not exactly the decor you’d imagine for a baby’s room is it? That grumpy faced crescent moon would definitely give us nightmares, and we wouldn’t fancy waking up to the strangely happy love cloud (if that’s what it is) on the wall. Nevertheless, you’ve got to admit, that Christina’s baby probably has the most unique child’s bedroom ever.

 

John Travolta’s house
It’s not all that unusual for major celebs to have access to their own plane. What you tend not to expect however, is that they will design their house to look (and act) like a runway. Well, that’s exactly what John Travolta did, according to hubpages.com. You’d definitely hear him before you saw him.

 

 

Pharrell Williams – exhibition home
Not that we’re the sort to jump to conclusions, but this is the last thing we’d expect from Pharrell Williams. His Miami penthouse is adorned with museum-like exhibits, such as this huge canvas of Brian from TV show Family Guy, and the interestingly crafted chair, seen in these pictures from flavorwire.com.

Have you got any more examples of unusual-looking celebrity homes? We’d love to hear about them.

Here at Econoloft, it’s our aim to transform your property into the home of your dreams. If you’re in need of a little extra space, you may wish to consider having a loft conversion. With over 40 years’ experience in the industry, we’re ideally qualified to complete the work for you.

Take a look at our gallery for more design inspiration, and check out our client testimonials.

For more information or to book your FREE estimate, contact Econoloft today on FREEPHONE 0800269765 or fill in a call back form and we will contact you when it’s convenient.

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest
09.01.2014 No Comments

New Year’s resolutions for your home

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

 

Happy New Year from all of us at Econoloft! We hope that your celebrations went with a bang, whatever you were doing. Now that it’s January, it’s finally time to blow away the cobwebs and start thinking about the changes you’re going to make this year. Many people make New Year’s resolutions – whether you’ve committed yourself to getting fit and healthy or to giving up alcohol, you can bet your bottom dollar that a lot of people will have caved in before the month is over. So this year, instead of focusing on self-improvement, why not think about home improvement? Let’s take a look at some of the best New Year’s resolutions for the home.

In 2014 I will…

Re-paint one of the rooms in my home
A fresh lick of paint signifies a fresh start and new beginnings. According to elledecor.com, the experts at Pantone have chosen Radiant Orchid as the colour of 2014. This is a great shade for adding warmth and a touch of luxury to your bedroom. What’s more, it’s an inexpensive way to solve that tired looking bedroom dilemma once and for all.

 

Have a big clear out
e’ve all vowed to throw away the piles of clutter that gather on every available floor surface. But how many of you have actually stayed true to your word? An easy way to feel good about yourself this year is to have a good clear out, according to hgtv.com. Make the task seem simpler by tackling one room at a time and your home will look bigger in no time. You know what they say, an empty space, a clear mind.

 

 

Learn DIY and get fit at the same time
We mentioned above that a popular New Year’s resolution is to get fit. Well this year, you can get fit simply by doing DIY. We have to admit, we hadn’t really thought about this before, but it actually makes perfect sense – no wonder it’s from houselogic.com. Building a new fence or chopping up some firewood will burn up to 340 calories per hour. Even a spot of painting will rack up 136 impressive calories – go on, you’ve earned that leftover mince pie.

 

Increase the level of home safety
The clever people at domainehome.com have come up with a great post-holiday resolution – install a carbon monoxide detector. We hate to start the year off on a negative thought, but this colourless, odourless gas can be life threatening – don’t risk any harm coming to your family members by installing and regularly checking your carbon monoxide detector.

 

 

Invest in more space
Whether your kids are growing up, you’ve recently given birth, or you’ve simply outgrown your home, a loft conversion can solve your need for more space. It’s the home improvement that will give you the best return on your investment, and may even mean the difference between staying in your beloved family home and relocating.

 

Here at Econoloft, we’ve got plenty of experience in the loft conversion industry – more than 40 years of it! This makes us ideally qualified to complete the job for you to the highest of standards.

If you’re in need of a little design inspiration, be sure to take a look at our gallery. While you’re at it, have a read of our impressive client testimonials.

For more information or to book your FREE estimate, contact Econoloft today on FREEPHONE 0800269765 or fill in a call back form and we will contact you when it’s convenient.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest
02.01.2014 No Comments

Tips for finding the perfect tradesman, part 2.

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

On Monday we brought you the first part of our tips for finding the perfect tradesman. Today we’re going to conclude this topic with a few more important considerations.

Let’s take a look at what else you should do in your quest to find a reputable and reliable tradesman.


Get it in writing

It’s all well and good receiving a quote that you’re happy with for the work that is to be carried out. However, it is vital that before you agree for the work to begin, you are given a written quotation. This can then act like a contract and will ensure that you don’t get charged extra money somewhere down the line.

Any reputable tradesman will give you a detailed written quotation, but for your own peace of mind, make sure it includes information about the work, total cost, and when the work is expected to be completed by.

 

Only use an established firm

There’s an easy way to check if the person is who they say they are. In addition to asking for their business card, they should also be able to provide you with their office address and a landline telephone contact number. Firms that are only prepared to offer a mobile number should ring alarm bells.

 

Choose value for money over the cheapest offer
When it comes to major household work, the cheapest quote is not necessarily the best, particularly if you receive it from a cold caller or a dodgy sounding tradesman. Instead, you should compare the written quotations you are given to work out which tradesman is offering the best value for money. But make sure that you only compare quotes of pre-determined established and reputable firms.

Look out for:
– Project specification details
– What materials will be used
– The total cost of the work
– The payment process

 

What are your experiences of tradesmen?

 

Here at Econoloft, we have over 40 years’ experience in the loft conversion industry. Don’t just take our word for it though – have a read through our client testimonials to see what they have to say about us.

We tailor all of our designs to suit your specifications – take a look through our gallery of previous work for more design inspiration.

For more information or to book your FREE estimate, contact Econoloft today on FREEPHONE 0800269765 or fill in a call back form and we will contact you when it’s convenient.

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest
05.12.2013 No Comments

5 of the best kitchen-diners

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

Regular readers of our blog will have heard us say countless times that the kitchen is the hub of any home – but can the same be said about kitchen-diners? These rooms are not a new phenomenon. Indeed, they can actually be a really useful addition to any household, particularly if you often have guests over. The open kitchen – dining room aspect allows for great hosting. You’ll effectively be in the same room as your guests during the cooking process. You may even want to demonstrate a few skills. Today we’ll be taking a look at five of the best kitchen-diners.

 

Vintage kitchen bar
How about this for a cool kitchen? Part kitchen, part 1940s inspired bar, we’re willing to bet that the owner of this home enjoys hosting. To give the room an authentic touch, the designer has chosen to use vintage accessories, such as these old-school bar stools. This kitchen bar from easyliving.co.uk is ideal for showcasing your cocktail making skills while your guests relax.

 

White and red
An all-white kitchen-diner can look quite clinical and sterile. However, once you’ve added some dark chunky furniture and colourful red accents, the room is transformed. We love the homely look of this kitchen-diner from roomenvy.co.uk. It gives the impression that a lively, welcoming family live here – what more could you want?

 

50s style
We couldn’t resist this 1950s style American kitchen-diner, seen on Pinterest.com. The monochrome tiled flooring and the shiny PVC-backed chairs look like they’ve come straight out of a 50s movie. Carry on the theme into the rest of the kitchen with retro accessories and bright colours – who said decorating can’t be fun?

 

Small kitchen-diner
If your kitchen-diner errs on the small side, do not panic. The clever people at beautifulkitchensblog.co.uk recommend investing in foldaway chairs and an extendable table. We love the traditional country style of this kitchen-diner. The balance of cream and honey coloured wood adds warmth, while the colourful checked blind adds a splash of colour.

 

Curved kitchen-diner
This striking curved design seen on housetohome.co.uk stands out as the centrepiece of the room. Almost reminiscent of a theatre circle, it’s ideal for putting on a culinary show for your guests. The high backed leather chairs will allow your guests and family to dine in comfort, while the burgundy table and lampshade add a splash of colour to the room. Ceiling spotlights give the room a professional finish.

Have you ever considered turning your unused loft into a kitchen-diner? Set away from the rest of the house, this would be the ideal place to entertain guests.

 

Here at Econoloft, we have over 40 years’ experience in the loft conversion industry. This makes us ideally qualified to complete the job for you.

We tailor all of our designs to suit your specifications. If you are looking for more design inspiration, take a look at our gallery of previous work.

For more information or to book your FREE estimate, contact Econoloft today on FREEPHONE 0800269765 or fill in a call back form and we will contact you when it’s convenient.

Share this post to ....Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest
26.11.2013 No Comments