Converting your loft is a fantastic way to add additional space to your home and increase the overall size and value of your property.
MANSARD LOFT CONVERSION
Mansard Loft Conversions provide largest room volume for any loft conversion. This gives the structure a flat roof with the wall sloping inwards at an angle of 72-90 degrees. Mansard loft conversions involve changing the structure of the roof and will require planning permission.
HIP TO GABLE LOFT CONVERSIONS
This type of loft conversion is suitable for roofs that have three sloping sides. These roofs often have limited internal volume so a hip-to-gable conversion will increase the size of your loft space. As this type of loft conversion changes the outline of the roof, planning permissions may be required.
DORMER LOFT CONVERSIONS
Dormer Loft Conversions do not require significant changes to the roof structure. This conversion will increase the useable floor space and give an extra head height. Dormers can often be constructed without requiring planning permission.
Skylight / Velux Loft Conversion
A Velux / Skylight window loft conversion generally don’t need planning permission as the roof of the property is not changed and only windows are added. This extension is a side return extension which is combined with a rear extension to make an L-shaped space that wraps around your home. These are ideal if you really want to maximise the space to your property.
Loft conversion, Single storey extension, Side return extension, Wrap-around extension, Rear extension, Side extension, Double-storey extension
Front porch, House conversion into flats, Door and window elevations, New build development, Annexe conversion, Maisonette conversion, Conservatory conversion, Garage conversion.