Your loft can have up to 30% of the potential living space of your home.
Hip to gable loft conversions let you make full use of this potential space.
A hip to gable conversion is one where the sloping part of the roof is removed and the roof ridge extended to meet a new gable end.
Due to the complexity of the work, this type of loft conversion usually takes longer to be built and can be more expensive.
Dormer windows can be installed to enable your loft conversion to achieve its full potential.
Hip To Gable Dormer Conversions
A Hip To Gable Dormer Conversion is an economic method of increasing the available space in your loft without going to the expense of a full hip to gable conversion.
By extending the roof line to include a hip end dormer, you save on the cost of building a gable end on to your home.
This type of conversion will benefit from the addition of Velux windows and/or a rear dormer.