Manchester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 20, 2013 -- Loft conversion specialist company Econoloft is aiming to woo anyone with dreams of extending or updating their home by offering a cool Â£1,000 as an incentive to become a part of Econoloft's social networks.
The Lancashire-based loft extension specialist has just launched a prize draw for all those who become a fan on Facebook and follow their Twitter account, where one lucky person will get a four-figure handout towards helping realise their dream home, which may include a loft extension.
Also, Econoloft have recently-launched a home improvement/interior design blog which is a goldmine of useful tips for anyone who wants to make good use of unused space in their home, and is packed with ideas for various stages of any home improvement project.
So, to be in with a chance of winning Â£1,000 towards a home improvement project, make sure you follow Econoloft on Twitter and you will be sent a direct message with instructions on how to enter the prize draw.
"When users follow us on Twitter, we'll send every new follower a PIN code via a direct message which they simply enter into the competition app on our Facebook page after they have liked the page to earn a free chance to win a cool Â£1,000," said Becke Livesey from Econoloft.
"Best of all, though, is that we'll regularly point them towards some priceless tips on our blog, which is regularly updated to feature the latest home design trends, loft conversions tips and how these can be adapted for different types of home.
"We also have a great Pinterest account, where we have posted loads of inspirational boards featuring both our own work and other ideas to inspire followers who are looking to revitalise their home in a variety of ways," Becke added.
You can even gain an extra entry into the competition by liking and sharing the competition on Facebook - either through the competition app or by sharing the competition post on Econoloft's own page.
The company says it will be offering new ideas on a regular basis on its social networks, and promises that the new blog will become an essential stopping-off point for anyone looking for ideas of how to turn unused space in their roofs into a useful addition to their living space.
Then, when you're ready to start turning those ideas into reality, contact Econoloft to get all the help you need.