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Last month, we told you about a loft conversion we had just begun, across the road from where it all began for us, with our first big extension. We’re moving on with work and here’s a couple of photos of how it’s taking shape.

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At our other loft conversion in South East London, we are further on with the process. These are some photos of the work in progress there.

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The roof lights from Glazing Vision are their VisionVent Access Hatch Rooflights, They are electrically operated, the press of a button gives easy access onto the roof for maintenance and cleaning.


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And now, some photos of the work in progress on the luxury bathroom refurbishment we are project managing…finished photos to follow soon.

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Until next time, if you’d like to see more photographs of our past creations, here’s the link to our portfolio website.

Remember also, we can do your planning application, we have several applications going through at the moment. Please do get in touch if this is something you’d like us to do for you,


We’ve been project managing a loft conversion in South London and are excited to share the ‘almost finished’ photos. Our clients have taken care over the details and the result is stunning. They have chosen Senso resin flooring for both the shower room and bedroom. Roof lights flood the space with light, and carefully selected sanitary ware and bathroom fittings add to the wow factor. A neat, space saving, oak pocket door leads from the shower room into the bedroom.

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Our creative clients have finished scaffold boards with wax and they now make for a feature wall in the bedroom. It’s always a pleasure to be part of making someone’s home even more beautiful, and this new loft is certainly one that our clients will enjoy.

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At our extension, again in South London, we’ve fixed the timber batons ready for the external cedar cladding.



The doors are going in.

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We have Velux windows too.

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And we’re even making sure the family pet has a cat flap to come and go through!

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We’ve had another busy and exciting month here at Create.

Kitchen and garden ideas coming soon…

One of our recent jobs is nearing completion. We’ll be sharing the ‘after’ photos and some kitchen and garden ideas here soon. In the meantime, here’s the ‘before’ shot. Remember to look out for the photos of the finished work!

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On another project we’ve come across an unforeseen issue, dry rot. One of the biggest threats to structural timber is fungal decay. Both wet and dry rot can cause serious structural damage to your home. Here’s some information you might find useful if you suspect your home has evidence of it.

Dry rot needs moisture to thrive and loves damp, warm, unventilated conditions so it’s often found in areas that aren’t easily visible. Its spores travel quickly and, within a short time, the structural integrity of a building can be compromised.

Treating dry rot is a two step process. The first step is to eliminate the source of water causing the damp.

The second step is to get rid of all infected timber and replace structural woodwork with new timber. Healthy timber near the infected area will need to be treated as well.

Always take professional advice if you suspect your home has dry rot.


As always in our blog we aim to inspire! This month we’re including a selection of bathroom photos.

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