Loft Types

Existing Loft Space

This is the most construction-intensive type of loft conversion, and therefore usually the most expensive. It involves the removal of a sloping roof, which is then replaced with a flat one and an almost vertical wall. Dormer windows are often added too. While they do usually require planning permission, mansard conversions have the potential to create the largest space in your loft.

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Dormer loft conversion

This is the most construction-intensive type of loft conversion, and therefore usually the most expensive. It involves the removal of a sloping roof, which is then replaced with a flat one and an almost vertical wall. Dormer windows are often added too. While they do usually require planning permission, mansard conversions have the potential to create the largest space in your loft.

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Hip to gable loft conversion

This is the most construction-intensive type of loft conversion, and therefore usually the most expensive. It involves the removal of a sloping roof, which is then replaced with a flat one and an almost vertical wall. Dormer windows are often added too. While they do usually require planning permission, mansard conversions have the potential to create the largest space in your loft.

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Mansard loft conversion

This is a loft conversion occurs to the rear of the property and it has a flat roof with the rear wall sloping inwards at an angle of 72 degrees.

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