Loft Conversion

Loft Conversion – Loft Construction

A Loft Conversion can add value to your property as well as turn your unused attic space into a luxurious new living space for you and your family.

Our main focus is to make the whole process as smooth as possible. We aim to complete every stage of the project from beginning until end with your maximum satisfaction and minimum hassle. One of our qualified team members will meet with you and discuss all project specifications, and answer all the questions you might have. Loft Construction will provide a cost effective plan for the project.

When all aspects of the projects are clear and agreed, our professional team will start converting your loft into your dream space.

One of our main priorities is to minimize disturbance during the loft conversion. We will arrange our building hours around your schedule to limit traffic through your home. However, if going through your home becomes necessary, we will ensure no damage is done to your floor, walls or furniture.

Types of conversions:

Conversion can be made to almost all lofts. The type of the conversion depends on the property you live in as well as the limitations of the local planning parameters. There are four popular loft conversion types. Each of them can be commonly seen across the UK. They are different but all have something in common: they make your home more spacious and valuable.

Dormer Loft Conversion

This type of loft conversion is one of the most popular. It provides a good amount of floor and head space within the newly created room. Dormer conversion entails building a vertical wall from the bottom of the sloping roof. Vertically straight walls and horizontal ceiling benefit make your room more spacious and easier to arrange. Dormer loft conversions can be used on different types of homes including a detached house, a semi-detached house, a terrace or end-of- terrace house.

Hip to Gable Loft Conversion

The main aim of a hip to gable loft conversion is to increase the small space of properties with hipped roofs. The hipped side of a roof is converted to a flat gable end. This modification creates extra living space inside the loft. The house can get the benefit of an extra bedroom, office or playroom. As this type of loft conversion requires a hip end roof it is not appropriate for mid-terrace houses. This type of loft conversion is suitable for detached and semi-detached houses, bungalows and chalets.

Mansard Loft Conversion

A mansard loft conversion is the most labour-intensive conversion due to significant amount of work needed to complete the project. Because this type of loft conversion changes the roof structure, planning permission is required. The mansard has a flat roof and a back wall that slopes inwards at 72 degrees. As a result, a tremendous advantage of this type of modification is a huge amount of additional space. Very often the newly created space is several times larger than space created with a dormer loft conversion.

Velux (Roof Light) Loft Conversion

Velux loft conversion is in almost every case the simplest and cheapest option if you want to extend your living space, due to the fact this conversion does not require changes in the original shape of the loft. This is a good solution where a room with head height is not a problem. As this type of modification requires less construction work in contrast to the dormer, hip to gable or mansard conversions, the amount of disruption is less.

Please contact us to discuss which type of loft conversion could be suitable for you. We will discuss the need for planning permission. In some circumstances different types of loft conversions can be combined to create maximum space to fulfil your needs and expectations. Our friendly team is available to help you go through the process from the very beginning until the very end of the project.

Get in touch

If you would like a free consultation and quotation on a loft conversion, please give us a call on 078576 444 11 or fill in our contact form.