Regularly cited among the top ten ways to add value to your home, a loft conversion could be an incredibly cost effective of increasing the square footage and the resale value of your house. Read on to find out more about the potential gains you could make by converting your loft into a modern and useable space.
How can I do it?
Whether you can actually implement a loft conversion in your home largely depends on the pitch and shape of your existing roof; some will discount themselves automatically, and others are far easier—and thereby cheaper—to convert. The main criteria are the amount of useable load bearing walls to support the new structure. For a professional assessment, seek advice from a builder, architect, or specialist loft conversion company.
A gable-end wall roof generally works well with a loft conversion. Gable ends and internal walls have a greater capacity to support any purlins or new beams that might be required for your loft conversion.
As always, we are happy to quote you and take a look at your requirement – please contact us