Benefits Of Converting Your Garage Into A Kitchen Using Builders In Guildford
Converting your garage is a great way to take advantage of your already existing foundations, but it requires an element of methodical planning to ensure you are able to maximise the true potential of the space available.
If you have a garage that is currently collecting cobwebs and rarely being used, perhaps a garage conversion is worth considering. At NBC Construction, our builders in Guildford are highly experienced at completing bespoke home conversions for our customers. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of benefits to converting your garage into a kitchen.
Creating additional space
There are many advantages to converting your underutilised garage. Not only can you add up to 10% value onto your property, but combining this with an internal remodel of your property could greatly reduce space pressures on the rest of your home.
Double the size of your kitchen
One of the most popular reasons for carrying out a garage conversion is to boost the floor size of the kitchen. Knocking through from the kitchen into the garage allows you to create a huge open plan expanse perfect for turning into a contemporary kitchen design. Remember though, that when it comes to the building regulations sign off, the space that was previously the old garage will need to conform to more stringent moisture proofing and insulation criteria.
Adding an extra room to your property
Adding an additional room to your property not only boosts the value of your property, but it also gives you the opportunity to possibly start a new business venture. Frequently the old existing kitchen will be converted into a larger living quarters. However, why not turn the pre-existing room into a rentable space for extra income. This, in turn, will mean that your conversion has paid for itself within a few years.
Get the most from your garden
By installing large sliding patio doors to your new kitchen, you can create a space that lets you enjoy your garden all year round. With the doors wide open you can create a sense of flow between the garden and the kitchen. Then when bad weather strikes merely close the doors to create a cosy oasis, where you can cuddle up and watch television while still feeling very much a part of your garden.