Reclaim your home with a Playroom Garage Conversion.

Little children = massive toys and cluttered rooms. A dedicated play space helps the entire home function as intended while allowing the kids complete freedom in their own space.

Playroom Benefits

Creativity can get a little messy, contain the craziness in a single room and relish closing the door on a hard days playtime. 

Bedroom Space

Modern bedrooms can be a little tight on space. Getting the large toys out of bedrooms allows more room for clothes. Additionally it focusses the room a a place to wind down and sleep. 

Additional Value

A playroom garage conversion will add significant monetary value to your homes price tag. Additionally it helps you to reclaim the show home feel in your living room. 

Start Childminding

Childcare is big business and a playroom garage conversion could be the first step to a new career in this lucrative market. 

Before garage conversion, external front elevation of detached house

A specialist in Garage Conversions

If you're looking to convert your garage to a playroom and would like a complete design and build solution we can help. 

We specialise in renovating garage spaces to living space. We can change integral or standalone garages into playrooms in 14 days. Whether it's double, single garage or even just a part conversion you require, we can help. 

We can provide concept layouts, with accurate measurements of your room. We also take care of building regulations applying and meeting with the local inspector on your behalf. We want to ensure the process of turning your garage into a playroom runs perfectly.  

External Garage Conversion Before and After

Playroom Layouts

Using accurate measurements of the planned equipment and anthropometric data we design concept floorplans of your new playroom

This means you know exactly what toys and play equipment will fit in your new space before the project starts. 

A garage to playroom conversion frees up the space in other rooms, get the Lego out of the living room and the playdough off the dining table. Reclaim your home today. 

Playroom Garage Conversion

Playroom Conversion Costs

This is one of the cheapest garage conversions to undertake as there is minimal plumbing and electrical work. This article takes a detailed look at prices for basic garage conversions or get in touch for a personal quote. 

We make garage conversions easy! 

We give a fixed price to convert your garage from start to finish, one point of contact, all trades included. 

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Here’s our Awesome Team

We have an experienced team of professionals and tradesman plus a network of consultants such as Architects and Structural Engineers on hand if required. 

Brenden Surveyor at NEGC


Martin site manager & surveyor cutting through a garage wall

Site Foreman & Surveyor

Architectural Designer

Architectural Design Consultant


General Tradesman

David & Callum

Expert Electrical Support

Whats Included?

We can complete the full project starting with the initial concepts and supplying the full plans for a garage to playroom conversion. 

  • Design and Plans
  • Demolition and Preparation
  • Brickwork to match
  • New matching window
  • Creation of new access
  • Extension of electrical system & points
  • Extension of heating system & radiator
  • Insulation and plaster boarding
  • Internal joinery to match existing
  • Decoration 
  1. 1
    Plans, drawings, technical specifications and submitting the building regulations application are all included. Please note you will need to pay the local authorities inspection fee directly to the council which is normally around £350 including VAT. 
  2. 2
    We supply all materials taking care to match the new bricks with the existing brickwork of your house. We also match the details of your original build replicating the soldier course details under windows which are often a different contrasting brick to the main brickwork. If you have stone window cills we will liaise with our supplier to have a matching cill produced and delivered to site. 
  3. 3
    Internally we create the new access to the converted space and install a new door. We then insulate the walls and run new services for the extension of the electrical and heating system. Our specialist subcontractors will then connect the electrics and plumbing, once testing is complete we can proceed to plastering your new room. 
  4. 4
    Once plastering is complete we can focus on the finishing details such fitting flooring, matching the skirting boards and internal window cills to the rest of the home. Lastly we provide base decoration with a choice of colours for woodwork.   


Do I need planning permission?

Typically garage conversions do not require planning permission and are covered by permitted development rights. However, there are some instances where planning is required such as in conservation areas and new estates which may have had their permitted development rights removed. Part of our process is to check with the local authority if permission is required and obtain a certificate of lawful development. This certificate can come in useful if you wish to sell your home as it proves without doubt that your garage conversion is compliant. This article on our blog takes a more detailed look at planning permission if you would like to read more. 

what are building regulations?

A minimum set of standards that govern the design and construction of buildings, they are concerned with safety and health of the buildings users and aim to provide a comfortable sage environment. It is worth noting that the standards set by the Building Act are the minimum and higher standards are available and would be encouraged by our team who are happy to talk about upgrading the quality of the materials used. Building regulations for garage conversions are typically concerned with insulation levels and damp proofing. The reason is that the original garage construction was not designed to be habitable and requires insulation to be installed during the build. 

Can we also knock a wall down?

The short answer is yes as anything is possible if the budget is large enough. Altering the layout may require structural work such as the installation of a steel beam. Our surveyor Michael will be able to advise on this and produce a measured survey which the structural engineer will use to specify the size of the beam and produce the calculations for the local building control department approval.  

How much will it cost?

This does depend on the type of garage you have and the type of project as well as the size of the garage. Read our cost article to discover more about average prices. A garage to kitchen conversion including the removal of a structural wall will be considerable more than a garage to dining room conversion or a light garage renovation project without structural works. It is also worth remembering that a well thought out quality conversion will add value to your home. 

Can we retain some of the garage space?

Yes, part conversions are actually one of our most popular requests. For example we can use some of the space to create a W.C or utility room while retaining the front of the garage including the door to access a smaller storage space. 

Show Homes and Case Studies Wanted

We are currently looking for show homes and case study projects. If you are happy to have your home featured on our website as we track and share the progress of the build please get in touch. In return for allowing us to feature your project we are prepared to offer a generous discount

Do you Qualify

Please get in touch to discuss your project by requesting a free quote here

  • Integral garage conversions of all types
  • Happy to let us share interior and exterior images of your home permanently on our website and social channels
  • Happy to supply tea and biscuits to a small film crew

What Are You Waiting For? Speak to our architectural designer Michael today!

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