Over 20 years’ experience

Quality Garage Conversions in Glasgow

David Crossan

Is your garage just sitting there – dank, dusty and under-used – whilst your house becomes ever more cramped with stuff but with no space just for you? What can you do to get some extra room – building a house extension from scratch with all of the mess, expense and upheaval involved (not to mention the loss of precious garden space) is a major headache but there is another, simpler and more cost-effective way to release some extra space (and add considerable value) to your home – a garage conversion. Here at Garage Conversion Glasgow we have converted many garages across Greater Glasgow into a wide variety of new rooms – offices, extra bedrooms, home gyms, man (or woman) caves, kids’ playrooms, granny flats. Call us today at Garage Conversion Glasgow on 0141 280 4334 to transform your Glasgow garage into a room you’ll love for years to come…

Family-run business

Family-owned and operated since our inception in 1989, our goal is to provide clients with a  professional, reliable service together with friendly, local customer service.

Free quotes

We believe the quality of our work speaks for itself so are happy provide free, no hassle, no obligation estimates for our work. We have absolutely no need for high pressure selling.  

Highly-skilled workforce

Be reassured that when you invite us into your home, you will be dealing with a team with many years’ experience and expertise in their field.

Why choose us?

Converting garages in Glasgow

At Garage Conversion Glasgow we realise that there are several companies offering garage conversions in Glasgow so why should you choose us? Our company is made up of a team of dedicated, local trade professionals – all fully UK-trained and with verified British trade credentials – meaning that we are a name that you can trust, unlike some of our cheaper, unqualified, fly-by-night “competitors”. Between them, the staff at our firm have decades of experience in construction and we can provide all trades ourself either in-house or via our extensive network of Scottish trade contacts which means you never have to locate other trades yourself when you hire us for your garage conversion in Glasgow. This expertise, combined with the fact that we are locally-based, owned and operated means that we are big enough to be able to handle all aspects of your conversion project but small enough to care about achieving 100% customer satisfaction.

We are a Glasgow local based company

✓ High-quality workmanship

✓ Twenty years’ experience

✓ UK-qualified joiners

✓ UK-qualified electricians

✓ Gas Safe Registered gas fitters

✓ No obligation estimates

✓ Affordable prices

✓ All work guaranteed

guarantee-satisfaction

We cover all of Glasgow

 

Anderston, Anniesland, Auchenshuggle, Baillieston, Balornock, Barlanark, Barmulloch, Barrachnie, Barrowfield, Bearsden, Blackhill, Blairdardie, Blochairn,Botany, Bothwell, Braidfauld, Bridgeton, Bishopbriggs,Broomhill, Budhill, Calton, Camlachie, Cambuslang,Carmyle, Carntyne, Colston, Cowcaddens, Cowlairs, Craigend, Cranhill, Dalmarnock, Dennistoun, Dowanhill,Drumchapel, Easterhouse, Eastwood, East Renfrewshire,Firhill, Garnethill, Garrowhill, Garscadden, Garthamlock, Germiston, Gilshochill, Giffnock,Greenfield, Haghill, Hamiltonhill, High Possil, High Ruchill, Hillhead,Hogganfield, Hyndland, Jordanhill, Kelvindale, Kelvinside, Knightswood, Lambhill, Lightburn, Lilybank, Maryhill, Maryhill Park, Millerston,Milngavie, Milton, Mount Vernon, Netherton,Newton Mearns,Newbank, North Kelvinside, Park District, Parkhead, Partick, Partickhill, Possilpark, Provanhall, Provanmill, Queenslie, Riddrie, Robroyston, Royston, Ruchazie, Ruchill, Sandyhills,Scotstoun, Scotstounhill, Shawlands, Shettleston, Sighthill, Springboig, Springburn, Springhill, Stobhill, Summerston, Swinton, Temple, Tollcross, Townhead, Whiteinch, Woodlands, Yoker,Yorkhill.

Five facts about Glasgow 

  1. The University of Glasgow is the fourth-oldest university in the English-speaking world, being founded way back in 1451.
  2. Glasgow city centre’s Horseshoe Bar in Drury Street is home to the longest pub bar in Europe, at over 100 feet long.
  3. The Mitchell Library, home to over a million books, is one of Europe’s largest public libraries; opened in 1911, it is housed in a listed Edwardian Baroque building.
  4. Glasgow was the location for the world’s very first international association football match between Scotland and England on the 30th. November 1872. It ended in a no-score-draw.
  5. Former prime minister Gordon Brown was once a lecturer at the city’s College of Technology (now part of Glasgow Caledonian University).
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