Will I get any certificate at the end of the conversion project?
Yes. At different stages during the loft conversion project, an official from the local building control board will likely come around for inspections. This is to ensure that you are actually following the plans you submitted and that every part of your alteration meets with building regulations requirements. At the end of the conversion, the official will come for a final inspection. If everything is in order, you will be issued with a certificate of completion. This certificate shows that your loft was converted in accordance with the building regulations requirements and so safe for the inhabitants.
In the event that you decide to sell off your house in the future, prospective buyers and their solicitors will demand to see this certificate. You may find it difficult, if not impossible to sell your house if you cannot provide a certificate of completion as it is a vital requirement in the UK.
Higher interest rates and the high cost of houses has made it imperative that home owners look for cheaper alternatives when it comes to getting a larger space for their families; and loft conversion is an alternative that provides tons of benefits. If you have a house in Brighton and want to convert your loft into the usable space you need. What better company to use that one that is known for making sure loft conversions meet with all the necessary requirements?