We work closely with our clients in Farnborough to help make your dream Loft Conversion a reality. We have an uncomplicated process so that you get your ideal Loft with minimal hassle, we're also on hand to help at each stage. We have over 20 years experience in creating well-made Loft Conversions in Farnborough and are experienced at understanding our Client's requirements.
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Dormer attic conversions are great for adding space and are common with terrace and semi detached properties.
Typically situated at the rear of the property, Mansard conversions are the least common however create a fantastic and large living area.
By extending the ridge out to meet the external wall, this conversion creates a very large space and opens many options inside.
Designed to create bright, liveable space in your loft area without roof alterations.
The median house price in the Rushmoor area is £280,000, almost £100,000 cheaper than other local areas such as Surrey Heath and Hart. Many properties in the Farnborough area are in the lower council tax bands, resulting in the abundance of cheaper housing. House prices have increased by 10% in Farnborough since 2015 when the average house price was £262,709.
In 2016 1472 houses were sold in Farnborough. Of these house sales, 472 were flats, 447 terraced houses, 377 semi-detatched and 176 detatched. House prices in Farnborough are the most expensive in the Rushmoor area, the average terrace costs around £286,000 and a detatched costs an average of £450,000. In the 2011 Census, the results showed there were 210,000 houses in Rushmoor.
IQ Farnborough is a large business park situated in Farnborough, formerly known as Farnborough Business Park. The new park is going to include housing and refurbishing of wind tunnels on site. The frame of a 1910 Airshap Hangar has been reconstructed to build the centerpiece of the park. This has also become listed and a protected Grade II building.
In 2003 TAG took control over Farnborough airport, after this they started a variety of infrastructure projects including a new radar unit and resurfaced runway. A new control tower and terminal building was also built and opened in 2006, designed by Reid Architecture and Buro Happold. These new buildings were nominated for Building of the Year in 2007 by Building Magazine.
Farnborough has a population of around 65,034 people and is 34 miles Southwest of London.
Farnborough is typically associated with aviation, as they hold the biannual airshow as well as being the home to the Farnborough Aerodrome and Royal Aircraft Establishment.