We can help establish the relevant requirements for your property as it may be possible to convert your loft conversion Mansard Attic Dormer Bungalow terraced services in london. We offer loft conversions that are of the highest quality in terms of design, craftsmanship and sustainability. Loft conversions we recommend for your property will depend on a number of factors – property style, roof height, available space, conservation area, local planning regulations, your budget and needs.
Dormer and l-shaped dormer loft conversion
The main styles of dormer conversions include:
Flat-Roof Dormer – A Dormer Conversion with a flat roof
Gable-Fronted Dormer – Sometimes called ‘Doghouse’ Dormer
Hipped-Roof Dormer – A Dormer Conversion with a hipped roof
Shed Dormer – A Single Planed Roof that is pitched at a lesser angle than the main roof
Mansard and l-shaped mansard loft conversion
Double mansard loft conversion
This is similar to a normal mansard (a flat roof, with the back wall sloping inwards and windows housed within small dormers) but also with a mansard to the front.
Velux loft conversion
With this type of project, the roofline is unaltered, as the velux windows are installed fitting flush to the roofline, leaving the original roof structure untouched.
Hip-to-gable and l-shaped hip-to-gable loft conversion
The majority of houses that are hip roofed in style tend to have a reasonably small internal volume, so for a conversion to be practical, a hip-to-gable conversion is a smart solution.
Loft conversion with full back addition
A full back addition is where we not only build a loft over the main part of the house but also over the back addition if available.
Loft conversion with pod room
A pod room is the room that is built out usually over half of the back addition giving a room approximately 3m *3.5m in size
Loft conversion with roof terrace
London planning regulations have become more relaxed in relation to roof terraces.