Loft Conversions London
- Site survey completed and planning in place
- Build timeline agreed, on average 3 to 4 months
- Budget verified based on build requirement and timeline, estimated at approximately £35,000 for first fix shell basis
- Specialist loft conversion team with 10 years plus experience
- Schedule of works to meet agreed timeline
- 1st fixing costing includes electrics, plumbing, and plastering.
- 2nd fixing (Optional)
- Products available from Lifestyle at discounted prices
- Snag list and remedial works
- 10 year guaranteed insurance
- Company liability insurance £10 million
- Completion pack supplied with certificates including: gas, electrical, boiler and appliances warranties
If you're looking for extra room, look no further than up
As one of London's premier loft conversion companies, we are expert at helping people like you make more room within your home's existing footprint, while enhancing your equity in bricks and mortar.
Whether you're after a new master bedroom suite (with bathroom and walk in wardrobes perhaps?), home office or study, den for the kids, playroom or gym, a loft conversion is nearly always the most cost effective, easiest and fastest way to create extra living space.
Don't gamble with your greatest asset
You really need an expert team to convert your loft space successfully and effectively. Not just to provide the great value, stress-free 'design to decoration' service we deliver, but to ensure all the many planning and building regulations are met. In addition, factors like weight-bearing walls, electrics, plumbing, heating, insulation and so on all need careful consideration.
Is a loft conversion right for your home?
To determine how suitable your property is for a loft conversion, carefully consider the following:
Measure the height of the roof space as you'll need around 2.1 metres to allow for headroom; generally the steeper roof the more headroom you'll have. However, if there is not enough headroom in the existing space, raising the roof or ceiling is a popular option but this can add to the cost and is also subject to planning consent.
To achieve the best results and avoid expensive errors, do brief an experienced architect or structural engineer to draw up your plans and use a reputable building company to undertake the project. Specialist companies will have the skills and experience necessary to make the best use of the limited space available, taking into account key structural features and accommodating best practice. For added peace of mind, make sure your building company is registered with a professional association such as the Federation of Master Builders which requires strict standards of quality.
Services and utilities
If you'd like an en suite or bathroom in your conversion, will your current plumbing cope with the added pressure requirement? Similarly, can your heating and electrical systems be easily extended? Having to re-wire or renew your boiler can add to the cost of your project. Other factors such as soundproofing, insulation and ventilation should also be considered.
If your home is terraced or semi-detached you may need to give notice to your neighbours of your proposed changes under the Party Wall Act (1996).
Telford Avenue, Streatham
Telford Avenue - Streatham