Need to find additional living space in your home? Complete Lofts and Extensions Ltd are experts in carrying out loft conversions in Chelmsford. Whether you need an extra en-suite bedroom, home office or guest facilities, our team can help you add that extra potential to your living space.
Producing a quality finish for your Chelmsford home comes down to choosing the right local specialists to carry out the work. Here at Complete Lofts and Extensions Ltd, our professional team will provide you with a stunning new loft space and will ensure minimal disturbance whilst working on the project.
Our loft conversion Chelmsford team have extensive experience in the conversion industry and would be delighted to take on your next renovation project. We treat every job as an entirely individual project, producing bespoke conversions according to your style, space and finish requirements.
Although each job is customised, we typically offer the following types of loft conversions in Chelmsford. To give you an idea of the starting price for each, excluding VAT, we offer:
By talking to our specialist loft conversions Chelmsford team, this will give you a good idea of the suitability of your attic space for each of these styles.
With years of experience in Chelmsford loft conversions, our team have found that few of these projects have required planning permission. This is due to the options presented by permitted development, which negates the need to apply for formal planning permission. Without the need to pay for the application, you can save money by simply speaking to our highly qualified loft conversions Chelmsford team.
After your architectural drawings are complete, typically you can simply advise your local planning department of your plans, which must fall within your local permitted development regulations. Our team will always be on hand to assist with any queries or admin related to your loft conversions in Chelmsford. We will also work alongside an appointed building inspector who will check the project at predetermined points to ensure that your conversion meets the necessary standards.
Unless your property is detached and over 1 metre from your neighbours, you will need a party wall agreement in place before work commences. This ensures that your works do not damage or impact your neighbouring property in any way. If they do, then the agreement will define how they should be repaired and who will be liable for the costs. Both properties must be surveyed in advance, and you can use an online party wall template to notify your neighbours about your intended plans. Be aware that you may be liable to pay the charges for the surveyor of your neighbours’ property. Further information is available in The Party Wall Act 1996.