This is the finished look of the room to improve. Insulated plasterboard was used on the walls and ceiling, followed by a skim coat of plaster. The ceiling was then fitted with twelve two watt LED spots. A new counter was built in an octagonal shape in one corner. This leaves a more comfortable and usable space for customers, while they are waiting. Lastly, a lick of paint and a new floor.
This workshop renovation required a renovation from the ground to the new highered roof. The works carried out on this build included:
The existing ceiling would have been to expensive to repair so, we opted for a new suspended ceiling, fitted with six 30watt LED light panels. This offered a very professional look.
This bedroom renovation consisted of Opening stud partition wall into the stairwell and using the stairwell space, above head height to allow a double bed to be fitted in this new space created. The bathroom was originally outside the bedroom door. The new doorway has been brought forward inline with the new partition wall, creating an en suite. The bathroom has also been fully tiled, with walk in shower, new basin and toilet with concealed cistern.
After the doorway was moved forward utilizing the previous porch space. A new composite door was fitted, leaving a bit of tidy up work on the extended hallway. The electrical boxes could not be moved, so needed to be boxed in. The brick walls stepping out on either side, didn't do much in the way of design. The ceiling also needed patching in with plasterboard and then skimmed with plaster. New timber framing finished with paneled mdf worked great here. Push open doors were fitted to give access to the electrical boxes. The use of the paneling on the walls stepping in creates a feature now, rather than a stepped unappealing plastered wall. The beautiful oak floor also needed to be pealed back to allow new boards extend over the new space created. Finally finished with new skirting boards throughout the downstairs of this house. This home renovation consisted of: