Loft Conversions Company manages every aspect of loft conversion from drawing architectural plans right through to completion of all finishing trades, leaving the completed Loft Conversion ready for decoration. As Aldgate's leading Loft Conversion specialist, we have been transforming homes for over two decades building hundreds of fantastic living spaces to suit your lifestyle and needs. With us, you will get a cost-effective Loft Conversion that will add value to your property in Aldgate.
Loft Conversions are a great way to expand your living space.
Roof light/Velux conversions are the most common type of loft conversion. They involve replacing your roof with a glass or plastic panel. This allows natural light into your home and helps to heat it in winter.
Dormer conversions are another popular option for adding more space to your home in Aldgate. These involve adding dormers to the roof of your house and extending them downwards into the attic or loft area of the building.
Hip-to-gable conversions involve converting an existing hip roof into a gabled roof by adding a second slope on either side of the original one (hence "hip-to-gable").
Mansard conversions involve creating a new mansard roof over an existing structure such as an existing attic or loft area and then converting this new section into usable living space.
If you're considering a loft conversion, then the answer is yes. However, if there are height restrictions or other rules that apply to your building and its neighbors (for example), then an architect will be required by law.
Generally speaking, you can expect your loft conversion to take anywhere from four weeks to three months to complete fully. If there are any delays or complications due to structural issues or other unforeseen circumstances, then this could push the timeline out even further. It's always best to get a quote from our contractors before starting any work so that you can plan in terms of time and budget.
These include whether you plan to convert your loft into living space or use it for storage and what type of insulation materials are being used—generally speaking. However, most people opt for between 100-200mm of insulation in their attics. If you have any questions about how much insulation you need for your Aldgate loft conversion, then our contractors can help provide advice and guidance.
Soundproofing is an important consideration when it comes to loft conversions, as any noise coming from the upstairs can cause disruption to that downstairs. If you plan on using your loft space for living purposes, then soundproofing is essential to ensure peace and quiet for yourself and your neighbours. Our contractors can help provide advice and information on how best to soundproof your loft conversion.
If you would like to discuss the ways in which a Loft Conversion could enhance your Aldgate home, call us on 0208 1020 675 or email to ask us any questions.