SPOTLIGHT ON ……BRIGHTON

Earlier this year Brighton was named the most hipster city in the world – even beating the likes of Berlin and Stockholm.  The study based its findings on the number of vegan restaurants, coffee shops, tattoo parlours, independent boutiques and record stores per 100,000 people – and Brighton won. Continue reading

Incredible Offer!!

Christmas has come early for all new Econoloft customers as this month only we have a fabulous offer.

Any customer that books an appointment with our sales team during September 2018, and then takes up our quote within 60 days of it being issued, will be able to take advantage of FREE decorating and tiling to the value of up to £3,000.

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Econoloft Loft conversions help London FTBs

Are you under 30 years old and do you have £93,000 in the bank?

Probably not.  But according to Lloyds Bank this is the average deposit paid by London first time buyers. This probably goes some way to explain why Econoloft has seen a sharp increase in the number of families having a loft conversion in London – not for young children – but to accommodate adult children who simply can’t afford to leave home.

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Peace of mind with Econoloft

Econoloft understand how having a loft conversion is a big decision.

A loft conversion will mean significant financial outlay and it involves major building work and so it’s important you choose the right company to do the work for you.  How do you know that you have made the right choice?
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Turning your Home into an Oasis of Calm

In case you didn’t know, September 14th is the first-ever National Quiet Day – an event which aims to raise awareness of the importance of quiet. Of course, everywhere we go we’re confronted by all sorts of noise, hustle and bustle; those of us who live in towns and cities can find it particularly difficult to get some peace and quiet. Continue reading

Why your Kids Need Space to Themselves

In case you missed it, earlier this month (August 2nd) was Playday 2017 – ‘the national day for play’ – an event which both celebrated children’s right to play and highlights the importance of play in the lives of young people. Continue reading