Moving to a new house can be expensive if you’ve run out of room in your current accommodation. The cost of paying stamp duty, estate agents, conveyancers, brokers and removal firms can make it very difficult for property owners to achieve the home that they’re looking for. That’s why loft conversions are a popular and low-hassle way to gain the extra space you’ve been craving.
If you’re only using your loft space to house junk and Christmas decorations, then why not integrate this unused area into your main accommodation and transform it into a luxury top floor instead? There are many different design ideas you can be inspired by if you’d like to repurpose this area of your home. If you’d like to explore some of these ideas, then Complete Lofts and Extensions Ltd would love to help. Get in touch today and we’ll provide you with a FREE quote.
Wondering how to get started on your project? Each of our loft conversions will begin with an in-depth consultation that discusses some of the following points:
Each of our quotes will be entirely bespoke, based on your individual property and requirements. However, to give you an idea of prices, please check out the below baseline points, which exclude VAT:
Your quote will include our services from the design stage right through to completion and after care as required, with full customer support available throughout the duration of the project.
The answer to this question is that some loft conversions will require formal planning permission if they’re particularly large or complex, such as with Mansard loft conversions. However, the majority of conversions fall under the scope of permitted development. The main advantage of this is it is less expensive to get started on your project. Our internal team of construction specialists will support your project from the design stage when your architectural drawings are being created. Next, we will liaise accordingly with your local planning department and the appointed building inspector to ensure your project runs without a hitch.
Properties which have an adjoining or adjacent neighbour will often require a Party Wall agreement to be in place before any work can begin. This agreement is a legal contract which outlines exactly who is responsible for the work, and any damages that occur as a result. The property owner who initiates the project is usually responsible for arranging and paying for the necessary surveys of both properties, prior to any work beginning.