Pitch roof dormer built in 1st floor flat, Brighton

Pitch roof dormers, built in Brighton by Jackson Lofts, Loft Conversions and Carpentry
Pitch roof dormers, built in Brighton by Jackson Lofts, Loft Conversions and Carpentry

Dormer construction built by Richard Jackson

Pitch roof dormer built in Brighton by Jackson Lofts, Loft Conversions and Carpentry

Richard enjoy building technical structures.

1st floor Brighton flat loft conversion with two pitch roof dormer’s

My recent client didn’t get planning permission to have a box roof dormer. Instead they where allowed to have a two pitch roof dormers, adding traditional architectural interest inside and out.

Inside a pitch roof dormer built by Richard Jackson, Jackson Lofts

Pitch roof dormer built in Brighton by Jackson Lofts, Loft Conversions and Carpentry
Inside a pitch roof dormer built in Brighton by Jackson Lofts, Loft Conversions and Carpentry

Pitch roof dormer can also be used on the hip roof to provide head room for the stairs, bathroom or just part of the space. A great architectural feature creating a beautiful space.

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

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Velux window fitter throughout Sussex

New Velux windows fitted into a house refurb in Handcross, Sussex by Richard Jackson

Velux window fitter sussex, Jackson Lofts

Velux window fitter sussex, Jackson Lofts

 

Velux window fitter sussex, Jackson Lofts

Velux window fitter sussex, Jackson Lofts

My new scaffold banner printed by Budgeprint, Hove

Thank you to Matt at Budgeprint for printing my fantastic banner. Its been seen!

Jackson Lofts Trade Banner printed by Budgeprint, Hove and design by Freelance Artworker Sarahjane Jackson

Jackson Lofts Scaffold Banner, printed by Budgeprint, Hove and designed by Freelance Artworker Sarahjane Jackson

Is my loft suitable for a conversion?

Before a Jackson Loft conversion

Before a Jackson Loft conversion

Most lofts are suitable for conversion

You can check yourself by measuring the floor of your loft to the apex of your roof and this measurement is more than 7ft 6″ (2.3 metres, 90″ or 230cms) then you have a good chance of gaining the extra space you require. A consultation visit is FREE, I can help you with a ball park figure and ideas of how to get maximum space for your conversion.

Please email me through this contact form to organise a suitable time for me to pop round.