A recommended height of 7ft 6″ or 2.3 metres, 90″ or 230 cm for a loft conversion
You can check yourself by measuring the floor of your loft to the apex of the roof, this measurement is more than 7ft 6″ (2.3 metres, 90″ or 230cm) then you have a good chance you can have a loft conversion. Most attics are suitable for conversion.
Richard is happy to give you with a ballpark figure and ideas of how to get maximum space for your conversion.
For a FREE estimate and advice please email Richard through this contact form to organise a suitable time to pop round.
How to get a loft conversion estimate…
- Contact Richard through his contact form below.
- Richard will visit you to look at your property and loft space, to discuss loft conversion requirements. A ‘ballpark’ estimate and availability will be given.
- Richard will then organise draft drawings from his Architect.
- When a design is agreed and a final estimate will be produced.
Contact Richard by email here
Jackson Loft Conversion reviews, Brighton & Hove
“Rich converted the loft at our 1930’s semi, and created two fantastic bedrooms and a bathroom. The thing that amazed me most was how little disruption there was to the rest of the house..”
Says: M & J Long, Brighton Loft Conversion, 2011
“Richard Jackson’s immediate positive response to our initial enquiry about roof lights was a refreshing change from the apathy and off-putting attitudes so commonly encountered from “builders?…” Says: Sally Henry BA (Hons) MA MCSD, Brighton Velux replacement, 2016
“Richard is a trustworthy human being, he is professional and thorough in his work. He plans well, explains and offers good advise on what actually needs to be done, as well as keeping us informed throughout the stage’s of development…” Says: Nicola, Brighton Loft Conversion, 2019