As a team, we’re very proud of the quality of service we provide our clients.
James & Kim, Sheffield
JAM were involved at every stage of the design and retrofit of our house in west Sheffield.
So far, we have only completed Phase 1 of our works, comprising a loft conversion in combination with a zinc clad dormer and planter on the roof.
However, these changes have already have transformed how we use the property on a daily basis. What was once a cramped and dark house is now a fantastic bright and open home that we are over the moon with.
Working hand-in-hand with Paul Testa Architects, JAM helped us realise the full potential of our property whilst working within the parameters of what can be done with a semi-detached home.
Now onwards to Phase 2… the full retrofit of the ground floor, which again JAM helped us to design.
We can’t wait to see what this space will be like.
Stewart & Fiona, Oakham
We purchased a tired 1930’s house because it had amazing views from the rear garden and it was in an area where we wanted to live. The front of the house was North facing on a heavily tree lined street and the original house was very narrow front to back resulting in lots of small dark spaces. We thought we could solve these problems by refurbishing however, as the house had previously been extended a couple of times, this proved technically more complicated than we realised. Our architects. Paul Testa Architecture, working in conjunction with Jon from JAM Structural Design came up with an amazing design which involved cutting into the front elevation over 3 storeys to create a full height front porch and opening up the rear of the house and adding an extension to create a large open plan space with amazing views to the rear.
To say we are delighted with the finished result is an understatement we now have a house flooded with light that takes full advantage of the views. The front extension created a full height entrance hall and gave us two extra rooms in a previously small attic space which can now be accessed directly via the internal stair.