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 Southend'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 Southend.
Making the most of the space to obtain what you want out of your new room is the main goal of a loft conversion, which adds value to your house both financially and practically. Making the most of the space can provide some architectural challenges, however, as the majority of us just store everything in the attic. As a result, the loft room serves as both a place for its new purpose and a way to make up for the attic's loss of storage. In order to precisely measure the area and to begin visualizing the room you'll have - and how to make the most of it - it makes sense to start an attic clean before the plans even begin to be drawn up. After the space has been decluttered, it is crucial to consider how to use it, especially in the context of the room's intended use. If the room is intended to be a bedroom, for example, storage space for clothing and other personal items will be crucial. However, if the room is intended to be an office, games room, or work studio, space to move around without bumping into things is also a consideration. It's time to think about utilizing the space you have to the fullest once you've thought about it.
You don't actually need to fill every square inch of space in order to make the most of it, according to one alternative space-saving concept. It can occasionally be helpful to leave a gap without furniture or fittings, to allow for movement, or merely to create an aesthetic impression of spaciousness, depending on the design, form, and qualities of the loft. The notion that furniture must be placed in the room for which it was originally designed should also be dropped. For instance: Standard double desks for loft offices may be challenging to fit, but if a large side table surface is required and the roof slope allows, a worktop or desk can be placed as a run across a wall, to provide ample working space without overwhelming the room. The eaves space just under the ceiling can also be used for storage, from baskets to free-standing furniture. Instead of taking up valuable space in loft offices or studios, lift-top tables, coffee tables, and "old-school" workstations provide outstanding office desk characteristics.
Consider whether you can maximize space by moving upward, for example with a mezzanine level, in the design stage. Up on the roof, the ceiling provides different options than any other component of the home. If the loft space's ceiling height permits it, a mezzanine may be a fantastic way to place beds or divide the space into multiple regions, such as dividing a teenager's room's sleeping area from the studying, gaming, or social area. If a full mezzanine is not feasible but there is some more room to step up the design, the bed in the master suite may be elevated onto a platform to become a genuine showpiece. To maximize available storage space and use otherwise lost height in the room, this platform may be designed to include storage cupboards, drawers, or shelves underneath. If a platform cannot be utilized, it is important to think about the type of bed that will be used and the addition of a storage bed with a base that lifts to reveal concealed, room-saving storage below.
Consider doubled-up designs, where objects serve several purposes, as another technique to come up with ideas for reducing space. Several suggestions are: In addition to allowing you to take a shower outside thanks to a Velux window, a wet room en suite may make a tiny bathroom appear much larger than it actually is. Mirrors may serve as lighting fixtures, making them perfect for bathrooms or for converting a gloomy loft corner into a dressing area. Additionally, headboards may be custom installations that also double as shelves for awkward eaves spaces. Additionally, they provide rooms that should be relaxing a streamlined, clean appearance, and may serve as bedsides for lights, alarm clocks, reading materials, and pictures. Daybeds or couch beds with storage can serve as space-saving furniture for a bedroom and children's playroom in a multipurpose room with limited space, while built-in workstations with doors that match other fittings can be incorporated into the design to create a home office within a master bedroom suite.
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Each home is made to have a unique loft. With this, Loft Conversions Company has expanded the range of services offered to clients. We can create Mansard Loft Conversions to enhance the exterior proportions of your home, as well as give you a bespoke loft inside of your home. Our team is also an expert at building Dormer Loft Conversions or other subvarieties of this like the L Shaped Loft Conversion or Two Window Dormer Loft Conversion. Another type of Loft Conversion we offer is the Hip to Gable Loft Conversion which is perfect for Semi-Detached or End-of-Terraced homes in Southend. Loft Conversions Company can also transform your Bungalow or Apartment by building a Bungalow / Flats Loft Conversion. Even something as simple as a Velux Loft Conversion, we can do with much precision and ease! Our team at Loft Conversions Company has had years of experience, not only with the building and construction of lofts in Southend but also with designs. Our architects have created hundreds of layouts and proposals, each unique to our client’s needs and lifestyle! We are able to incorporate this into our service by thoroughly planning and collaborating with our clients.
Loft Conversions begin with site inspections and securing paperwork from local authorities. These two factors will depend on matching our schedule with our client’s availability. With our efficient team, we are able to work swiftly and coordinate with our clients. After this, another varying factor in the timeline of your possible Loft Conversion in Southend is the planning and designing phase. It is our promise at Loft Conversions Company to send you multiple proposals to pick and choose from. This is so that you are given options on how you want your loft to be transformed. Moving forward, our construction process at Loft Conversions Company can take 3-4 weeks for simpler builds, and can take as long as 8-10 weeks for larger and more complex Loft Conversions.
The average cost of a Loft Conversion in Southend 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 Southend, 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 Southend 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.