Hip Roof Loft Conversion built by Jackson Lofts in Brighton

Which type of house can have a hip roof loft conversion?

A semi detached house or end of terrace house, possibly from the 1920’s or later. This type of house can have a hip roof. This design is the most efficient method for your new loft conversion, with a rear box dormer to maximise space.

Rear Box dormer loft conversion in Brighton, East Sussex

A rear box dormer will accommodate the staircase, en-suite shower and toilet. Smart tiles hung on the gable end will match the existing roof tiles. This will take slightly longer at 10 weeks to build. These types of loft conversion are very popular throughout Brighton.

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…

  1. Contact Richard through his contact form below.
  2. 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.
  3. Richard will then organise draft drawings from his Architect.
  4. When a design is agreed and a final estimate will be produced.

Contact Richard by email here