Different types of loft conversion include skylight, rear dormer, L-section Rear Dormer (double dormer), Mansard, L-section Mansard (double Mansard), Hip-to-Gable and Hip-to-Gable Rear Dormer. See our planning section and types of loft conversions article for further details. Our planning section also includes the right type of loft conversion for different types of property e.g. Terraced, 1930’s semi, Victorian etc.
You can check your ridge height with a standard tape measure, which will give you an indication if the space is convertible. But the only real way to know for sure is to invite one of our specialist surveyors to fully assess your property. Our specialist surveyors can provide a loft conversion site visit, no matter what area of London you live in.
Yes. Please visit Simply Extend which is the specialist extension arm of our company. We are very often asked to build loft conversions and extensions at the same time for some of our clients. Simply Extend specialises in kitchen extensions, rear and side return extensions as well as general refurbishment and works all over London, from North London to South London and everything in between.
Yes. We are a contractor that has tradespeople covering all aspects of domestic building work, whether this is fitting new kitchens and bathrooms or entire refurbishments. Having a loft conversion not only helps make the most of all the space in your home, it is also a chance to re-invent and re-design your living space. With this is mind, it’s common that other refurbishment work will take place at the same time. We have in-house tradespeople covering all aspects of…
Assuming we do not need to lower your ceilings, the disruption is kept to a minimum as the work is confined to the loft space and most of the heavy work can often be carried out from scaffolding outside your property.