FAQs

What’s the advantages of a luxury loft storage?

By |2018-07-12T08:33:09+01:00July 12th, 2018||

There is a huge range of reasons why people might choose a luxury loft storage over basic boarding of the floor. The most common is they want to use the loft space more often for something more than just storage, such as a games room for the children. A lot of people also want a

Will a loft conversion add value to my property?

By |2019-02-27T10:36:18+01:00July 6th, 2018||

Absolutely it will. So many people are getting loft conversions done now instead moving home. The main reason it adds up to 25% on the value of your home, and it far cheaper than moving or an alternative extension. To read more about why people are converting their lofts, click here.

Do I need planning permission?

By |2019-02-27T10:30:09+01:00July 6th, 2018||

In short, a large percentage of lofts do not require planning permission, as they fall under what is know as “permitted development”. This umbrella allow certain type of development to be completed so long as you do not live in a conservation area of your building is listed. For more detailed information about planning permission,

How long does it take to complete a loft conversion?

By |2019-02-27T10:35:45+01:00July 6th, 2018||

Similar to the question of cost for a loft conversions, timeframes are difficult to give a clear guideline on. There are so many factor involved with converting a loft, including those list in the previous question. To get a feel for all of the stages involved with a loft conversion, have a red through our Loft

How much does it cost to convert a loft in the UK?

By |2019-02-26T16:58:41+01:00July 6th, 2018||

Unfortunately, there isn’t a simple answer to this as loft conversions are varied. It also depends on how you want to have your new loft space fitted out, and how much of this will be done by your builder. The largest factors of converting a roof are: 1) Is the current loft head height you have sufficient

Can my loft be converted?

By |2019-03-06T11:08:24+01:00July 5th, 2018||

99% of lofts can be converted, the difference is how far you have to go to make it a truly usable living space. If you want to convert within your existing loft space, you’ll need a minimum of head height of 2.3m from the top of the floor joist to the bottom of apex (see