Garage Conversion

Job Brief:

The client wanted to create an extra room downstairs by converting the integral garage into a lounge.

Details of Work Carried Out:

Remove the internal wall that separated the existing kitchen and the integral garage to create a larger open plan space. Removal of garage door and build brick structure at the front of the property to take the new UPVC front window. Supply and fit of new UPVC window. Breakout of existing garage floor and all first fix plumbing and electrical work carried out. New flooring work carried out and fully insulated. All walls and ceilings boarded and skimmed followed by 2nd fix electrical and plumbing work. All decoration work carried out and new carpets supplied and fitted.


At Flex Group the aim is to provide an answer to any requirement you have within a property with a great team of tradesman and a professional approach.

  • Emma SB Nicholson

    These guys are AMAZING! They looked after my renovation job from start to finish with unfaltering professionalism. What could have been a stressful few months was actually a breeze for me because I really didn’t need to worry about a thing. I had absolute faith and trust in these guys and the finished product speaks for itself. They turned my vision into reality and created the most stunning pole dance studios for my students and myself to dance in. I highly recommend the Flex Group and cannot praise them enough for what they’ve done!

    Emma SB Nicholson
  • Andy Steele

    I’ve used Flex both personally and for my business for numerous projects and can thoroughly recommend them. They are reliable, sensibly priced, trustworthy and master craftsmen and seem to have all areas of maintenance and construction covered.

    I have used them for everything from small maintenance projects to the complete refurbishment of our grade 2 listed Georgian offices in Hull City Centre plus plenty in between with all jobs being completed on time and in budget and look forward to using them for our next refurbishment shortly.

    Andy Steele