Specialist in Garage Conversions Hertfordshire

There are many reasons for a garage conversion, it definitely is a home improvement project well worth considering. If you have an attached garage that is doing nothing but gathering clutter and a need for extra space, then converting the garage into living space is a great idea, and much more cost-effective than building an extension.

A garage conversion is also a project that creates minimum disruption to your living conditions whilst work is underway. 

Our costs start from £8,500 excl, for a very basic garage conversion in Hertfordshire. Sometimes it's a good idea to carry out a garage conversion in tandem with a remodel of your existing ground floor.


This will allow you to rethink your whole floor plan ensuring you maximise both spaces. For more information give us a call, and we'll advise you on everything you need to know about converting your garage into a habitable space.

Basic Single Garage Conversion
Up to 12 x 22ft
£8,500 excl

Plasterboard with plaster finish

Floor / Walls / and Ceiling insulated 

Upright Verticle Radiator

x 1

Electric Sockets

x 6 Double 

External Flooring Covering

Customer to supply

Skirting  with white satin wood finish 


x 6 LED Ceiling Spots

Door through to property  x 1

White PVC window /  Building Regs Approved

Walls ( Paint finish white emulsion )

Fixed Price Garage Conversion 

Our fixed price for a single garage conversion in the Hertfordshire region, starts at £8,500. Our price is based on the standard size of a single car garage in the UK, up to a maximum of 12 x 22 feet. 

For more information contact your nearest number on our contact page.

Planning Permission 
Planning permision if required
£1,400 excl

We will sort all architect drawings, building regulations, and submit for planning permission, on your behalf.

Do I Need Planning Permission for a Garage Conversion?

Most integral garage conversions in Hertfordshire do typically fall under Permitted Development, meaning planning permission is not required. However, it is still best to check with your local authority.