Most loft conversion don’t require planning permission
If for example you have a Victorian terrace house, you should be able to have a loft conversion with a rear dormer. This may also allow space for a en-suite bathroom. Discuss this with Richard’s on his first visit to find out what you would like. He will then contact an architect for draft drawings.
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.
During construction of a loft conversion the roof is weather proofed at the end of a day. A dormer is built with the existing roof still in place. Nothing is left on the scaffold that can be blown away.
Hip to gable loft conversion
Hipped roofs where designed as an economic method of construction. By extending these you can create a lot of space within the loft. A hip to gable loft conversion is usually required to accommodate the staircase, giving you lots of head room.
For a free estimate please use the contact form and email your details and questions.