How Basement Construction Can Add Value To Your Property?

Adding a basement to your home can seem to be a big project, but it is also one which can mean giving your home extra flexibility which makes a huge difference to the enjoyment you get from living there and provides more space for the activities you love the most. In contemplating a basement construction, it is vitally important to choose a trusted construction company with a proven track record in this …

Why London Homes Need Basement Construction?

Anyone who has looked at property prices in London will have found out very quickly that the price per square metre can become pretty eye watering. This can be compounded by the property’s proximity to London Underground lines or any of the other transport systems. Many people find that as they get settled in London, beginning to lay down roots …

Top Flooring Ideas for Your Basement

When completing your basement construction, one of the important decisions you will need to make is what type of flooring you will opt for. Careful consideration should be given to the flooring in the basement, as it has different requirements to the rest of the house given that it is partially or completely below ground level. There are plenty of …

How a Finished Basement Can Add Value to Your Home?

Whether you are looking to sell your property imminently or you wish to remain in your home for the foreseeable future, one way of ensuring you maximise its value is by ensuring you have a finished basement. In cities such as London, where space is absolutely at a premium, increasing the usable square footage of your home is a great …

Enhance your home for years to come with Noble Structures

Many property owners are happy with their homes but would like to add extra space and/or improve the space they already have. Not everyone has the option to extend, but for many homeowners, basement construction or conversion is the ideal solution to enhance the home they have, and perhaps means they can avoid a house move to get the space …

Five Advantages of Having Basement Foundation in a New Home

As we know, some older homes have cellars while others sit directly on solid ground. Many are in between, with voids under their ground floor ranging from 18” to 4’ inch height – too low to stand up in so they are called crawlspaces. Many Victorian/Edwardian homes have partial full cellars, with a crawlspace beneath part of the house. The …