Lofty praise

3e1406fa-a28b-47ec-83eb-b6e215ae3136Paul (left) and Dennis Weeks with their sister Laura

Wanstead residents Dennis and Paul Weeks of North London Loft Rooms were delighted to receive an invitation for inclusion in The Parliamentary Review. Michelle Harris reports

Being featured in the government’s Parliamentary Review is an accolade reserved for companies at the pinnacle of their industry. The purpose of the publication is to support the sharing of experience within various sectors and the subsequent raising of industry standards.

Companies featured also have the facility to raise their profile as a respected company within their industry. A company’s presence serves on multiple levels, whether to share a ‘best practice’ or to even criticise the government (from their professional perspective) if deemed relevant and in the national interest.

Dennis and Paul Weeks of North London Loft Rooms were keen to participate and humbled by the invitation for inclusion. Despite being a relatively new company (founded in 2015), they have quickly gained a reputation for high-quality building services that are helping local residents (as they are based in Wanstead) to boost their property values by approximately 20%, whilst adding almost 50% in size. Most important are the benefits enjoyed by homeowners for an improved lifestyle quality.

For those looking to enhance their home within their currently available space, a loft room’s potential is only limited by imagination and creative enterprise; den, home office, cinema room, private and luxurious bedroom with en suite or even a gymnasium, all are exciting options. A private space within a family home can be a special and very attractive proposition, whilst also saving on exorbitant moving fees and the stress of trying to find a larger property. If living with young children, they can remain at their schools and close to friends, and also extended family if all are located nearby. Lives are enriched and the whole family work as a unit, despite increasing requirements and unforeseen additional practicalities.

Construction has been a prominent profession within Dennis and Paul’s family, so despite other careers before their joint venture, they decided to develop a strategic forecast and business development plan. They quickly gained a good reputation, with a turnover of over £1m within the first year of trading, which doubled by 2018. Their unique code of practice and mission statement ensured a successful business trajectory and role model for other construction companies.

As a result of their positioning and article, both Dennis and Paul, together with their families, feel a sense of absolute pride. Thrilled by the invitation, and alongside other respected professionals, they are keen to participate and showcase their success to help support others.

To view The Parliamentary Review, visit wnstd.com/loftreview. For more information, call 0800 690 6122 or visit northlondonlofts.co.uk