Frequently Asked Questions: Loft Conversions

Throughout our experience speaking to a range of customers we have a clear understanding of your concerns and questions when chosing a loft conversion.
To help out we have compiled our top questions along with their answers, but we are always available for further advice on your specific property, not matter how big or small a question.

Majority of lofts lend themselves to one type of loft conversion, there are exceptions where the head room is lower than 2.2 meters.

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False – There are two main types of roof:

1. Traditional rafter and purlin.

2. Trussed roof.

The traditional rafter and purlin exists on many earlier homes pre 1960’s and often make conversion easier. The later Trussed roof makes for additional consideration but still a suitable option.

Not always, our preferred method of access is to build from an existing landing or other available space. Our designs will ensure we maximise on the available space considering your requirements.
It all depends on your home and the type of conversion you are looking to build. We provide a free home visit and quotation for us to provide an accurate price. A professional loft conversion will normally increase the property value by adding additional rooms, and in many cases make a financial saving compared to moving home.