Working with our team of experts we will be able to convert your loft into a brand new living space.
Loft space is often overlooked and forgotten. Our new lofts have been designed to make the most out of unused loft space and create a new area that can be enjoyed and used for years to come. Loft conversions are highly flexible; your loft can be transformed to meet any unique requirements. Whether you want to add another bedroom, home office, gym or something more bespoke, we are the team to call.
You can find our services across Leatherhead, Esher, Twickenham, Richmond, Kingston Upon Thames and throughout Surrey and London.
What costs are involved?
Choosing to convert your loft into a brand new living space can be an incredible alternative to moving. We can make your property work for you, adding extra storage space, a brand new office or an extra bedroom. Not only will it save you money from moving but it can also add value to your home, being a great investment in your future!
So what costs involved in the loft conversion process?
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Velux Loft Conversion
Also known as rooflight loft conversions, this type of loft conversion is one of the easiest ways to utilise loft space. The roofline structure is unaltered because the Velux windows are installed flush with the current roof line. This minimises the amount of exterior work needed.
A Velux type loft conversion works very well for lofts where there is a good amount of headroom or if there are constraints on planning.
Dormer Loft Conversion
The dormer style loft conversion is one of the most common. An extension is made to the existing slopping roof which stands vertically out to create the extended living space.
A dormer loft conversion can be applied as either a full rear dormer extension or added onto a pitched roof. Any dormers on the front of a property would require planning permission, but they can be added at the rear under permitted development in most cases.
Mansard Loft Conversion
The mansard loft conversion is considered as a traditional style and named after 17th-century French Architect Francois Mansard. The space gained with this loft conversion can be used for a wide range of purposes. Mansard loft conversions normally require planning permissions due to large changes to the roof shape and structure.
If you are interested in finding out more about a Mansard loft conversion, we can provide you with a free quote based on your property.
Hip-to-Gable Loft Conversion
This type of loft conversion adds a considerable amount of headroom to a loft, as well as functional floor space. The process involves stripping back the roof to the top of the hip ends, a flank wall built into a gable and extending the ridge to meet the gable. Due to the reconstruction involved, this loft type is more complex but offers more room.
BENEFITS OF A LOFT CONVERSION
Expand Living Space
Get the extra space you need without having to move to a larger home.
Increase Property Value
A loft conversion can add up to 20% to your property value, making it a valuable investment.
Loft conversions run at efficiently low costs, a benefit that many are not aware of.