Damp Proofing & Timber Specialists - Basement and Cellar systems

Basement and Cellar Conversions

By definition we refer to a Basement as a dry area used as habitable rooms or storage. A Cellar is a damp area where you store wine or coal etc. Basements and Cellars are often overlooked areas which can be reclaimed as valuable additional space for your home or business.

Our specialist services can take any area no matter how wet and by using our state of the art basement and cellar systems, turn it into dry usable and habitable space.

The possibilities are endless for a basement, perhaps you cannot get planning permission to extend, yet still need more space. Going down and creating space beneath your house is an often forgotten option, perhaps you already have a cellar and want to bring it up to a usable standard and of course the uses for this additional space can be wide and varied :

Home Gym in Basement and Cellar Conversion

Home Gym

Additional lounge or guest suite in Basement and Cellar Conversion

Lounge / Guest Suite

Kitchen in Basement and Cellar Conversion

New Kitchen

  • Basement Guest room or suite
  • Additional lounge area for guests or teenagers in the basement
  • Basement Home Cinema
  • Basement Home office
  • Studio
  • Gym/fitness suite in the basement
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Playroom
  • A combination of the above
  • Basement Storage
Cellar or basement conversions are sometimes the only option

Questions we often get asked

Are basements not dark places?

No, we can introduce natural light with the additions of light wells, sun tubes and even external doors leading to courtyards with steps.

Can we have external access?

Yes we can create external steps to your basement and open up access into a yard or garden.

What if I have no drainage at basement level?

We can install systems to take waste from sinks baths, toilets etc up into the mains drainage.

What if I have running water/a flooded cellar beneath my property?

We have systems that will deal with this sort of problem.

Call and book your free visit for help and advice

If you think you have a problem and would like some expert advice why not talk to a fully vetted and accredited Which? magazine TRUSTED TRADER where you know you will receive an honest and fair appraisal of your problem and a highly competitive price if any work is needed!

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Whatever your thoughts, questions or concerns may be, everything starts from a first step, the first step in this case is to get in touch, we will send a friendly helpful surveyor to you. You are then free to run your thoughts and ideas past him, he will sit down, chat with you and tell you whether what you want to do is practical and possible, if there are any more practical or cost effective alternatives you may not have thought of and give you an approximate cost for your project. We realise you may need a little help to decide what is possible, so we provide this service free of charge and with no obligation - except perhaps a coffee while we chat!

What areas do we cover?

We have teams covering the north-east however we can also assist nationwide. The areas we cover are shown below:

Northumberland 01670 707228

Covering but not limited to: Bedlington, Cramlington, Hexham, Morpeth, Northumberland, Tynedale.

Newcastle / Tyneside 0191 4066488

Covering but not limited to: Gateshead, Gosforth, Heaton, Jesmond, Low Fell, Newcastle Upon Tyne, North Shields, North Tyneside South Shields, South Tyneside, Team Valley, Tynemouth, Whickham, Whitley Bay.

Sunderland 0191 5947946

Covering but not limited to: Boldon, Sunderland, Washington.

County Durham and surrounding areas 0191 3385384

Covering but not limited to: Barnard Castle, Bishop Aukland, Chester-le-street, Consett, Crook, Durham, Sedgefield, Stanley, Wear Valley.

Nationwide 0800 0502400

We offer a nationwide service in other areas through our network of manufacturer vetted and approved contractors - just contact us for any UK area and we will do the rest.

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