Extensions and Loft Conversions
There are a number of options for you when extending your home and creating that valuable extra floor. loft conversions tend to be the most cost effective.
Do I need Building Regulations approval?
Yes – all loft conversions need Buildings Regulation approval, regardless of whether planning permission is needed or not. A building control surveyor will inspect your work at various stages and will issue you with a completion certificate on final inspection.
If your home is semi-detached or terraced, you’ll need to notify your neighbour of your proposals if the works fall under the Party Wall Act requirements. For instance, if you are building in beams which will bear on the party wall(s).
We are your local loft experts; With over 26 years of experience we have an unrivalled knowledge base to guide you through every stage of your loft conversion. From planning your new space - right through to the final plaster stage - the expertise of our in-house structural engineers and experienced staff will guarantee your peace of mind. B
A loft conversion is a much more cost-effective option than moving home, particularly in the current property climate and an extra bedroom and en suite remain the most popular loft conversion especially in areas of the country where prices are at a premium. What’s more, making your three bedroom home a four bedroom home, can add anything up to 15 or 20 percent to its value depending on where you live.