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 Coney Hall'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 Coney Hall.
Doing a loft conversion in your house in Coney Hall is a great idea to have an extra usable space in your house instead of moving away. Your loft in your Comey Hall home can be made into a space where you can just relax and enjoy the solitude of nature. Since Coney Hall is in the county, a loft conversion is ideal to do for you to have a better view of the scenery and enjoy the natural light by installing some windows in your loft area. Loft Conversions Company can give you the best loft conversion ideas in your Coney Hall home. Incorporating your designs and ideas with our skilled manpower gives us a wonderful end result. We have creative, trustworthy, and knowledgeable staffs who are ready to cater to your every need in your loft conversion.
Start your loft conversion by determining whether your loft space is suited for conversion. The majority of properties will have a permitted development (PD) allowance, which permits you to proceed with your conversion without obtaining planning approval. Terraced house: 40 cubic meters of development maximum Building size for semi-detached homes cannot exceed 50 cubic meters.
Your home will either feature roof trusses or rafters, depending on when it was constructed. You should be able to identify your roof type just by peeking through your loft hatch. Rafters run along the roof's edge, leaving the majority of the triangle below hollow. Trusses are the support across the loft's cross-section. It is feasible to convert a loft that has trusses, but it will probably cost more since new structural support is required to replace the trusses.
A loft conversion requires a minimum height of 2.2 meters, which you may readily measure on your own. Your loft should be suitable for conversion if it measures 2.2 meters or higher in height. Victorian homes frequently have lower ceilings than homes constructed after 1930, which may not provide enough head height. When planning your conversion, keep older homes' obstacles water tanks and chimney stacks—in mind.
Consider if insulating your loft will be sufficient or whether you'll need to heat it. If you do need to heat it, think about whether underfloor heating or radiators would be a better option. Your Coney Hall home's energy efficiency will enhance if your loft is properly insulated. You may also do this to save money and energy.
The average cost of a Loft Conversion in Coney Hall is between £40,000 to £90,000. (in 2022) The most common type of Loft Conversion is the dormer as it adds the most space and best light to your property. A loft conversion will not only give you extra space but also enhance your living space on your property. A loft conversion price depends on many factors such as type of the conversion, type of the roof you have, type of the lighting you want in the loft, the type of windows required, the size of the project, fixtures and fittings, nature of the exterior, client's personal requirements and the site's location. If you want to know the exact cost of your Loft Conversion in Coney Hall, you will need to book a site survey or send us your drawings and our loft specialist will review them and get back to you with a quotation.
If you would like to discuss the ways in which a Loft Conversion could enhance your Coney Hall home, call us on 0208 1020 675 or email to ask us any questions. For a free site survey and design consultation please fill out the form on the right and our team will get back to you as quickly as possible.