Latest news from the SurveyCloud team
  • 12/11/2019
    We are delighted to have received planning permission for an extension to a 17th century grade II listed property within a conservation area and national park in Sussex. We unearthed a wonderful old black & white photograph showing how the property originally looked with thatched roof (now with clay tiling), exposed timber framing, clunch...
  • 04/11/2019
    Finalising some finishes to be used in our latest renovation project including beautiful Mosa and Villeroy & Boch tiling. Top quality, extra wide engineered floor boards supplied by @originaloakflooring. Solid chunky 6mm natural oak bonded to 15mm cross ply base providing a strong & stable finish with simple installation and low maintenance.
  • 01/12/2019
    Lifting the lid on our 3D workflow. Here we have a rendered model of an existing 2 storey detached property we produced for a recent development involving a single storey rear extension and internal re-modelling. We initially surveyed the building to produce an accurate, high quality 3D model. You can clearly see each floor stacked...
  • 22/11/2019
    We are big fans of drawing in 3D and have provided a glimpse into the early stages of our sketching and modelling process. Check out the rough line work sketches we have produced for proposed extension work to a 1930s period property in Petersfield. The project involves a single storey rear kitchen extension, internal...
  • 30/10/2019
    Like entertaining? This open plan kitchen restoration to a period property in Hampshire is bathed in light. The full width glazed doors open to a natural stone terrace providing an abundance of flexible indoor/outdoor socialising space. Find out what you need to know prior to kick starting your dream extension project with our free...
  • 29/10/2019
    Opened up fireplace just in time for winter. In this renovation we reopened a fireplace adding character, charm and value to a period property. Beautiful Chesneys wood burner on natural stone hearth with uncoloured natural lime render to fireplace recess. Weather like this definitely means it’s time to spark up!