Loft extension furniture and roof access hatches.
You may already have a loft extension and want better access or better stairs to the loft for storage or to a flat roof to sunbathe we also supply and fit roof hatches, loft ladders and loft furniture.
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I run a loft conversion company based in Weston super mare, North Somerset, converting roof space and lofts into living areas to create more room in your home. Through from planning and building the loft to fitting the loft furniture.
won't lose out as the housing market picks up. Loft conversions are a guaranteed way of increasing the value
of your house. With the current low interest rates, banks willingness to lend for home improvements like loft conversions, why not ask us for a free quote to convert your roof
area into an extra space.
Nationwide reported that a Loft Conversion could improve the value of a property by up to 26% and in many cases is more cost effective than moving your family to a new home.
I offer a free, fully detailed all inclusive loft conversion quote within 7 days, that will answer all of your questions about having a loft converted. Rikki has answered some of the more Frequently asked questions regarding loft conversions below.
I only employ local builders, tradesmen and carpenters to work with me on converting your loft and current savings on timber and other building materials are passed on.
Planning permission is not normally required. However, permission is required where you extend or alter the roof space and it exceeds specified limits and conditions.
Under new regulations that came into effect from October 2008 a loft conversion for your home is considered permitted development, not requiring an application for planning permission, subject to the following limits and conditions:
We will run through the planning permission regulations for loft extensions with you.
We can handle Building Control for you, the cost is usually about £400.
arrange for a local plumber to reposition any plumbing to maximise usable space in the loft. Chimney
stacks usually have to remain in position.
How much will a loft conversion cost?
The cost of a loft conversion compares favourably with other forms of home extension. A basic loft conversion can cost from £10,000 to around £20,000 according to the size and design of the loft conversion project.
A bedroom with ensuite bathroom and dormer window could raise the cost of the loft conversion to around £30,000.
The cost of a loft conversion will also depend on the location of the conversion company you decide to use. As local builders we have less travel overheads and will pass these savings on.
Building regulations approval is required to convert a loft or attic into a livable space.
You will need to gain building regulation approval for your conversion, probably need the services of an architect and certainly have to comply with fire regulations at every point in the construction of your loft conversion.
We can arrange all of this
for you and keep you informed at every stage.
As we have said above you may not
require planning permission, provided the loft conversion is the first extension and does not exceed 40 cubic meters on a terraced property and 50 cubic meters on others and your house is
not in a Conservation Area or at the junction of two public highways.
If you plan to make your loft into any kind of living accommodation you must first get building regulation approval.
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