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Hi and I would like to welcome you to my personal profile, my real name is Jorge but my buddies usually call me me Waffle, I am a loft conversion specialist currently living in Woking, England. My interests are dance, stand-up comedy and jukskei. I went to school in Glenrothes and studied at University of East London. I have a brother Barry and two sisters, I've a pet otter called Dee. I own a loft conversions agency and like to help people improve their homes so they haven't got to move. The very idea of converting lofts all began in the United States of America in New York's Soho district in the nineteen sixties. Arty folk began to develop residential spaces in the upper regions of outmoded industrial buildings, despite the fact that at that time it was illegal to do so for the reason that those buildings were not allocated for residential functions. In the housing arena at present, moving home in order to get a couple of extra rooms may not always be an option. As well as the financial outlay, there's quite often loads of stress and hassle involved with the process of moving. Having said that, it is possible to achieve that extra room by doing a loft conversion, and staying right where you're living now. If you do ever elect to move, you will have raised your home's value by approximately 30%. It's little wonder that converting lofts has become the in thing to do. Precisely what type of additional room might you make use of? For people with an ever growing family, you could want an additional child's bedroom or a bathroom. If you have a stressful worklife, you might add a workroom or home office.
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