Converting a loft is the best way to help create space in your home. If you’re struggling to find a private place to relax, or you really need an extra bedroom or bathroom, then bespoke lofts can be a really great way to create that extra space.
You can also help increase the value of your property should you decide to sell in the future. That’s why it’s so important to make sure you choose the right people to help create your loft.
If it’s not done well, it could result in you devaluing your home rather than increasing its value. As you can see then, a loft not only breathes new life into your home by providing an extra bedroom and creating extra space, but is also an investment that could add value to your property.
Lofts vary in size and in the way they look, but one thing they all have in common is the way in which they are built and the stages they grow through before they’re finally ready live in. If you’re worried about the mess and whether you’ll be able to live in your home, then rest assured that you’ll be able to stay in your home throughout the process while we build your loft. We’ll keep the lines of communication open at all times so you know what’s happening all the way through.
There are different types of conversion available and it’s up to you which one you think is right for your home. Some may be more suitable than others, we can of course advise you on which one is right for your property
– This is one of the most popular conversions, and with it you get lots more floor and plenty of head space, which explains why homeowners choose them. There are different styles which include, pitched roof side dormer, flat roof dormer, side roof dormer on a hipped ended house, and led clad.
– These are good for detached, semi-detached or terraced houses. They’re usually chosen when there are 3 separate sides to the roof which slant, and you don’t have enough space for any other style of loft. One other advantage is that they allow plenty of space for a staircase.
– This type of conversion involves a lot of work and in all likelihood will need planning permission. You may think all this is worth it because a mansard conversion gives you a lot of extra space. A mansard has a flat roof and comes with a back which slopes inwards at an angle of 72 degrees.
Don’t worry if you’re unsure at this point which one is right for your property. With our free survey, we’ll be able to ascertain which type of loft is right for you and help you to make an informed decision.
Get a free survey followed by your free quote by post or email today to get the ball rolling. Call us on 0208 447 1986 or fill in our online form.