The company was established between two friends, one a heating engineer and the other with a diploma in building management. With the ever growing demand for converting attic space, we felt there was a need to provide honest and fair priced lofts and extensions within a time schedule with as little fuss as possible. We decided to join forces and infiniti Lofts and Extensions was born.
We firmly believe we have streamlined our business to provide a stress free project for all our clients.
Contrary to a lot of loft companies we don’t take on “more than we can chew” thus providing top class customer service and project management from inception to completion.
The company is up to date with all the necessary insurance including all our tradesmen with their public liability insurance. All our tradesmen have years of experience within the building sector and are fully qualified and vetted. To give the client peace of mind, we only employ people who have a successful CRB check. Our philosophy at infiniti Lofts & Extensions is that our clients are our most valued asset who can be assured that a professional job will be done and therefore recommending us to family and friends.
The company owner recognises the importance of environmental consideration. With growing public awareness of the environment issues and with many customers specifically requesting certified timber and plywood. We have made positive measures towards stocking products originating from sustainable and correctly managed forests and in particular FSC/PEFC certified materials.
FSC products have their forests of origin independently inspected and evaluated according to environmental, social and economic criteria. As agreed by the forest stewardship council AC and PEFC products are independently certified to criteria established by the program endorsement of forest certification schemes.
When FSC or PEFC certification is not available we will try to purchase goods with certification under other schemes such as the sustainable forest initiative (SFI) in America of the Malaysian National Timber Certification Scheme.
Where it is not possible to obtain certification of sustainable production the company is encouraging it’s suppliers to provide third party verification of the legality of the log/material sourced.