Author: Econoloft

A loft conversion in Bromley makes sound financial sense for both existing residents and those looking to buy. Research named Bromley as the second-best place to live in London (Richmond upon Thames clinched the top spot in case you were wondering).  The research was based on...

It’s back – love it or hate it, chances are you are unlikely to escape the news regarding what is happening on Channel 4’s Love Island. But who needs an island to fall in love! Our customers tell us that having their own master bedroom ensuite...

Hot off the heels from our success at Grand Designs Show, the Econoloft team is ready to meet you at the Southern Homebuilding & Renovating Show at Sandown Park, Surrey. We love this Show, which has the needs of self-builders and renovators in mind and offers...

It’s always exciting when you bring a new baby home and most parents consider designing and decorating the baby’s nursery an enjoyable task. Harry and Meghan have supposedly spent around £150,000 decorating Archie’s room – and much of that will be have been spent on all...

Econoloft build the majority of its loft conversions in Greater London and the Home Counties – basically, those places where space comes as a premium. Our loft conversion customers never fail to be amazed at how their un-loved, dark attic is transformed into a spacious, usable...

Let’s be honest – having a loft conversion is a major financial outlay for most people and so it’s vital that you find a reputable builder. Patience is a virtue The Federation of Master Builders have warned that you should expect to wait months before your builder...

Love is definitely in the air this month and so we’ve asked some of our Econoloft loft conversion customers what they think makes the perfect romantic bedroom. Caroline from Surrey says it’s all about the bedding. “Nothing says romantic better than a beautifully made up bed,”...

If you are thinking of moving home to get more space in 2019, why not reconsider and instead, consider improving rather than moving. Moving home is one of the biggest decisions you are every likely to make and if you love where you live but just...

Earlier this year Brighton was named the most hipster city in the world – even beating the likes of Berlin and Stockholm.  The study based its findings on the number of vegan restaurants, coffee shops, tattoo parlours, independent boutiques and record stores per 100,000 people - and Brighton won.