Loft Conversions Brighton

Built by Jackson Loft Conversion Brighton Sussex UK
Built by Jackson Loft Conversion Brighton Sussex UK

FREE loft conversion design and planning help visit

Richard Jackson, your local, professional loft conversion carpenter. Working to your requirements. A guaranteed stress free conversion with the minimum of disruption to your household and neighbours.

For a FREE estimate and advice please email Richard through this contact form to organise a suitable time to pop round.

Jackson loft conversion 5 star review Brighton

Jackson Loft Conversions 5 star review

“Richards ideas and input at the start were invaluable in getting the project off the ground”

Standard of his work was excellent throughout”

“Rich worked with us over summer 2018 on our loft conversion, a complicated job which involved lowering our existing ceilings. His ideas and input at the start were invaluable in getting the project off the ground, when we were unsure as to whether or not it would be possible. Once work commenced, Rich was very responsive in terms of communications, was very professional in his approach, and the standard of his work was excellent throughout. We would have no hesitation in recommending him!” Says: Peter Coyne, Brighton, Loft Conversion, 2018

For a FREE estimate and advice please email Richard through this contact form to organise a suitable time to pop round.

Simple and beautiful loft conversion bathroom

Built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversion, Brighton

Built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversion, Brighton Sussex

If you have the room, then include a bathroom

Most of my clients ask for a shower room in there design scheme.

For a FREE estimate and advice please email Richard through this contact form to organise a suitable time to pop round.

Lowered the first floor ceilings to gain head height in left conversion Brighton

Built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversion, Brighton
Built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversion, Brighton

Two metre head height minimum dormer loft conversion

Wonderful loft conversion bedroom with en-suite bathroom. There was limited head height to this building only two metre ceiling height, which is the minimum.

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Brighton loft conversion flooring in beautiful wood

Built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversion, Brighton
Built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversion, Brighton

Engineered flooring recommendation from Jackson Lofts

Timber flooring is a wonderful way to finish your loft conversion, either solid wood or engineered (4mm surface timber on top of plywood).

FREE estimate from Richard, Jackson Lofts

For a FREE estimate please email Richard through this contact form to organise a suitable time to pop round.

Will my loft conversion shower room be big enough?

Shower room built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversion, Brighton

Shower room built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Loft Conversion, Brighton

1200mm shower is the full depth of the room

Richard says… don’t worry, even a small space can be perfectly functional.

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Insulation under suspended floorboards in a old house

Insulation under floor boards in Victorian house, Jackson Lofts, Brighton

Insulation under floorboards in Victorian house, Jackson Lofts, Brighton

Ground floor insulation to make floors warm

Insulation isn’t just for lofts!

Living in a Victorian house with suspended wooden floorboards can cold and draughty. Damp air moves up through the floorboards making the room hard to heat.

My research also found that you can save money (click here) on our heating bills if you insulate. In 2013 I insulated inside of our external walls and have really noticed the difference, solving our condensation problem as well (see here).

Insulation under floor boards in Victorian house, Jackson Lofts, Brighton

Breathable membrane laid under floor boards for the insulation to sit in. Victorian house, Jackson Lofts, Brighton

There are lots of websites showing the process for example (see here). Its a great time to check under the floorboards for anything that could be damaging your building, e.g. piles of soil, rotten joists or even water leaks.

While the floor is up, it is also a great time to add in new sockets and electrics. Need an electrician contact Leon here.

Contact Richard for any advice and a free quote.