Types of roofs on loft conversions

Hip roof loft conversion

Jackson Lofts Example Bungalow Hip Roof

Jackson Lofts example bungalow hip roof

A gable end roof loft conversion

Jackson Lofts Example hip to gable

Jackson Lofts example of a gable end roof

This roof has been converted from a hip roof to a gable end roof. This increases the internal space substantially. This method of extending a roof increases the design possibilities. For example on a semi detached house you could accommodate 2 bedrooms and a bathroom in the loft conversion.

It can also include a box dormer on the rear of the property.

Box dormer loft conversion

Jackson Lofts Rear Box Dormer

Jackson Lofts example of a rear box dormer on a terrace house

The box dormer gives you room for larger windows, patio or bifold doors. Letting in more light to your room.

Sussex barn end roof loft conversion

Jackson Lofts example Sussex barn end roof

Jackson Lofts example Sussex barn end roof

This is an attractive architectural feature of Sussex.

A pitch roof dormer loft conversion

Jackson Lofts example pitch roof dormer

Jackson Lofts example of pitch roof dormer

This addition to the roof allow head room for the staircase.

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