HMO Conversion and Refurbishment
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Here is a list of the most commonly asked questions about our services. If you have a question that isn’t on this list then please get in touch.
Yes, at Heathgate we have been designing and installing bathrooms for over 10 years and are experts.
Yes, we can provide you with a full design service including showing you 3D visualisations of how your new bathroom could look in various configurations and with different styles of toilet, washbasin, showers, baths and tiles.
Yes, we provide a full service which means we can provide your new toilet, bath, shower, washbasin, choice of tiles, flooring and decorations. We have many trade contacts and can supply bathroom furniture at a considerable discount.
Project duration can vary depending on the scale and complexity of your new bathroom. A standard install will often take 2-3 weeks from start to finish.
To date we have installed over 2,000 bathrooms which is why our customers rely on our expertise to get the job done right.
Of course! We can make recommendations but you get to choose exactly the bathroom you want. For more inspiration take a look through Our Projects.
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Apart from the construction works that go into an HMO conversion or refurbishment, there are also legal aspects to consider. If your house meets certain requirements, you’ll need an HMO license before conducting any conversion work. In some cases, you’ll also need HMO planning permission, to allow you to make changes to the property.
Heathgate will be your partner in HMO conversion, guiding you through the legal processes as well as the construction. With our expertise, you’ll have no trouble converting or refurbishing your HMO.
What is an HMO?
HMO stands for house in multiple occupation. It’s a property rented by three or more tenants who have their own rooms but share some facilities like the bathroom or kitchen. They tend to be more popular amongst university students and young professionals who live by themselves and don’t have children.
An important characteristic of HMO tenants is that although they live in the same house, they do not form the same household. Therefore, they have separate tenancy agreements with the landlord.
Choose Heathgate for Your HMO Construction
Why Heathgate for your HMO conversion and refurbishment? We’ve worked on many home renovation and installation projects throughout London and the Home Counties, developing our expertise. We work with a highly-qualified team of architects, interior designers, carpenters, joiners, plumbers, electricians, and other tradespeople to deliver the best results in home renovation and construction.
For bespoke HMO conversion and refurbishment, get in contact with us. You can either call or send us an email, and we’d be happy to discuss our HMO services with you further.