We wanted to extend our kitchen by extending into the side return of our terraced house. A quick response to our initial contact to Plus Rooms was followed by a helpful meeting to discuss our ideas. This meeting also helped in clarifying our thoughts and removing some ideas which would have been more expensive and less practicable. We were very happy with the overall idea of what we would have done. Plus Rooms then took away the worry of dealing with planning permission and party wall issues. Before the project started we were happy we had a realistic timeline and budget, but were also made fully aware of the potential for disruption, additional cost and time needed, depending on what they found when they started.
We were very happy with all the tradesmen and their teams employed by Plus Rooms, and also the other firms they work with for doors and kitchens. They had good ideas for dealing with building issues, lighting layouts, how to do the underfloor heating and the finishing work, but did not impose them on us, and when snags occurred, as inevitably they will, the team dealt with them speedily and with good grace. They left the house as clean as they could at the end of each working day. Once the building work was completed the fitting team moved in and turned our space into a light, well finished room. Our house does not have straight walls or standard doors, and they advised us well and worked with this to produce really pleasing results. The weekly site meeting meant we were kept up to date with what was happening and knew what would happen next. When we found out that a floor which we had intended to keep would need to be replaced due to rotting joists, they came up with a plan and adjusted the timeline to deal with it.
We used to have a dark and rather narrow kitchen, and we love our spacious new light kitchen/dining room. Having an extension done is never going to be fun (lots of London clay barrowed out through the hall!) but Plus Rooms and their team made it as straightforward as it could be. I have no hesitation in recommending them.