As a London-based loft conversion specialist in Cricklewood, Proficiency has the craftsmanship and expertise necessary to bring to reality your loft conversion in Dollis Hill, Cricklewood, Childs Hill, and the surrounding NW2 area.
If you can dream it we can build it for you. Our design team are masters at converting lofty wish-lists into loft reality
We include an assessment on-site by one of our design team members in our all-inclusive loft conversion in NW2. From the creation of architectural sketches to planning and implementation, the Proficiency team is fully equipped to help with all aspects of loft conversions. Alternatively, we are also comfortable with building according to the specifications of architectural plans made by the design team of your choice.
In addition to handling everything that the project entails, from structural engineering calculations to building control and approval of the plans, we will provide you with a complete schedule of work, to ensure that your loft conversion in Cricklewood is finalised on time and handed over to you free of issues and fully decorated.
Proficiency holds a Public Liability Limit of liability of £5,000,000 for any one incident, Employers Liability: £10,000,000 for any one incident and all risks cover.
Proficiency will guarantee the structural work carried out on your project for 15 years.
From day one your personal Project Manager will be on hand to help and advise you, as well as keep you informed on the progress of your project with regular updates and meetings. They will supervise the works and schedules.
Our team works alongside the Building Inspector that will visit your project at regular stages during the build, their job is to make sure that we are complying with all the latest building regulations. Upon completion of works, the building Inspector will make a final visit and you will be issued with a completion certificate.
A highly skilled and helpful team - experts in their particular field, with a combined 60 years experience in the trade that ensures each project we undertake is managed with professionalism to a high standard.
Assigning each project to a specific project manager is one of the beliefs that we hold dearly here at Proficiency. Your first point of contact, the dedicated project manager handling your Cricklewood loft conversion, will be introduced to you on the first day of the project. In addition to ensuring that everyone working on the roof conversion is fully briefed on the progress at the site, the project manager is charged with the responsibility of looping you in as well. To make sure that the project continues as planned, the project manager is also expected to supervise and review the progress of the project.
To ensure compliance with all the necessary building regulations, a building control officer will inspect the ongoing project on a regular basis. A completion certificate will be issued after the building control inspector has made a final assessment of the newly completed build.
We will hand over a project completion folder containing all the necessary paperwork relating to the project, including a 15-year certified structural guarantee, manufacturer’s guarantees and instructions, and building completion and electric and gas certificates, once the building control approval has been obtained after the completion of the project.
You can be sure that the same highly qualified team of professionals will handle the project from beginning to end, simply because at Proficiency, we do not contract out any of your loft conversion work. Proficiency has established a proud reputation of being the leading loft conversion specialist around Cricklewood, Childs Hill and Dollis Hill, devoted to building state of the art lofts with impeccable attention to detail for all our clients, having finalised hundreds of loft conversions in NW2 area and new loft space in Barnet. Contact Proficiency to assist you with your loft conversion if you are interested in such a project around Cricklewood.
The dormer loft is built vertically on top of an already existing sloping roof and requires relatively simple building works.
A hip end is the sloping end to a roof and a gable is the triangular section of wall which stands between two sloping roofs.
Roof with sloping window pointing towards the sky fitting to the roof-line and leaving the original roof structure untouched.