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Milton Street
62 m2 tenement attic conversion

We fully stripped out the property, knocked down load bearing walls and assessed our drawings to determine our plan for complete re-structure and installation of our steel beams. We doubled and strengthened all existing floor & roof joists to ensure integrity throughout. 


We then created our divide for our floor plan creating our individual rooms accordingly.


Our client opted for traditional aspects to be kept within this project. We left the brick wall exposed within the kitchen to give it a dynamic personality, in turn, highlighting the surrounding features. 

We also kept the originality of the flooring by revitalising the traditional floorboards. These were sanded and varnished to perfection.


A key feature within this project was the stunning balconied velux. Our client opted for something unique and this addition was certainly that.


Another key feature to point out would be the bespoke pine staircase made accustomed for this project. We installed a glass balustrade along with beautiful dual LED giving it modern elements throughout.


Below is a further list of things carried out alongside specification throughout this project:

  • Fire proofing party walls put in place to divide attic space

  • Floor levelled for chipboard subfloor

  • Quintherm insulation boards installed within all rafters and dwarf walls

  • Alterations to flat roof to allow for velux domed rooflight

  • Alwitra single ply membrane installed to flat roof

  • Both bathrooms installed with slate effect tiles to feature walls alongside walk in shower upstairs

  • New kitchen installed (brick wall left exposed)

  • Velux Cabrio installed 

  • Traditional floorboards renovated, sanded and varnished

  • Bespoke pine staircase with oak handrail and balustrade

  • All walls plastered/painted 


If you see anything within this project that you would like to enquire about, don’t hesitate and visit our contact page today. Free quotations and advice all year round.

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