On average, over 30% of the space in your home is in the loft. That is a lot of space to convert into a useful living space.
Creating extra bedrooms, bathrooms, playrooms, home offices and en suite bathrooms, there really are a huge range of things you can do with extra space in your attic.
Loft conversions have been one of the most popular home improvements for many years, with people keen to save on the expense of moving to a larger house by taking advantage of unused space in their current home. Adding an average 20% to the value of your home, they are a sound financial choice all round. With our all-in-one package of services it is easy to invest, expand, and enjoy even more of your home all at the same time!
Our complete loft conversion design and build package of services includes:
- Free survey, client consultation and feasibility study
- Design, planning and drawings
- Building regulations and planning permission
- Carpentry and structural improvements
- Staircase design, build and installation
- Flooring supply and installation
- Insulation, heating, plumbing and electrics fitted
- Dormer and Velux windows
- Plastering, painting and decorating
Our highly skilled team will ensure your loft conversion is finished to the high standards you expect.
Types of Loft Conversions
A dormer loft conversion has vertical windows protruding from the roof, creating more space and headroom within the loft as well as improved staircase access. Not only do they add style to your property, but they help create the feel that the conversion is part of the house and not an add-on. There are a number types of dormer window style available to suit individual needs. Read More
Velux (or rooflight) conversions are suited for lofts with plenty of headroom. Installing Velux windows in your loft conversion is often a cheaper option, as there is less building work involved. Read More
A hip to gable conversion makes maximises the loft space available, but involves more building work. This type of loft conversion involves removing the hipped or sloping end of the roof, building a gable end and extending the ridgeline. Read More