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Adel Loft Conversion
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Are you fed up with your lack of living space and, inadequate storage?

Have you got an attic that isn’t being used in your Adel house?

Do you need extra living space or storage in your home without having to move or extend outwards?

How would it feel to increase your property’s value by as much as 25%?

A loft conversion may be the best solution for you. Loft conversions have become a popular choice for those who need more space, particularly for growing families and people who can’t afford to move to larger houses. It’s cheaper than moving house and can increase your home’s value significantly. A Loft Conversion can boost your property’s value by up to 25%, making it very likely that you will make money on your loft conversion long term.

A loft conversion is a great way to add a home office, an extra guest bedroom, a home gym, a teenage den or a stunning master suite.

What’s A Loft Conversion?

A loft conversion or roof extension in Adel is a cost-effective way to add more space to your home. You already have the space in your home, and it is waiting to be used. The dead space in your loft could be converted into a useable space. You can transform it into a master or guest bedroom with an ensuite, an office, a hobby or games room, childs bedroom, a home cinema or even a gym.

Why Transform Your Attic In To An Additional Room?

Loft conversions can be a great addition to your home. One of the main benefits that you get is extra living space. A new room could be helpful if your family is growing. Maybe you just want to make your family feel welcome on weekends and holidays. This area could also be used as a luxury private gym or playroom for your children. Converting your attic can not only increase your home’s living space but also increase its resale value. Other benefits of converting your loft include:

  • You can add value to your property by converting your loft into a living space. A loft conversion can dramatically increase the home’s value by up to 25%. It is a great way to invest for the future.
  • Your loft conversion may be customised to meet your particular needs and requirements. You can create the space that best suits your lifestyle.
  • Loft conversions today are more efficient than ever, and you will enjoy a more comfortable and sustainable living space.
  • There’s no need to move, if you love your house and its location but require more space, a loft conversion can be a great option.
  • A loft conversion can help you make the most of the space that you have instead of adding or extending.
  • You can have increased natural light. Many loft conversions have skylights or Velux windows that allow for more natural lighting and provide a brighter and more open space.
  • Your loft conversion can accommodate a variety needs. These include bedrooms and bathrooms as well as home offices and playrooms.
  • Loft conversions are less likely to need significant maintenance than traditional extensions. This makes them a low-maintenance way to add space to your home.
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What Are The Different Types Of Loft Conversions?

The type of loft conversion that you can create depends on the type of house that you live in. The area you live in will also determine what sort of planning permission is required. You can include, bathrooms, wet rooms or stunning natural light designs and much more.

There are 4 main types of loft conversions that can be done: Dormer Loft Conversion, Hip to Gable Loft Conversion, Mansard Loft Conversion and Velux Loft Conversion. Each has advantages and disadvantages depending on which type will work best with your existing house structure.

Dormer Style Loft Conversion

Dormer loft conversions are another popular type of loft conversion. These are the best method to increase the size of your home for a reasonable price.

The roof’s sloped side is altered to make vertical walls, and a flat roof to increase the room’s underhead height. Your new loft will make you feel more comfortable, especially if you are tall. Most of these loft conversions will be eligible under your permissible development rights.

Hip-To-Gable Loft Conversion

Although it might sound strange, this type of conversion is actually much simpler than you may think. The hip-to-gable loft conversion is simply the lifting of one hip of the roof to create more space under the ceiling.

It is possible to create a new vertical walls from the existing gables, giving rise to significant height gains.

Mansard Loft Conversion

Mansard loft conversions completely replace one half of a property’s roof, while keeping the other half’s roof structure.

Because it is built into the existing house structure, this method converts your loft in a more artistic way than a dormer extension.

Mansard lofts can increase your home’s value due to their extensive nature and added space. Because of the extensive restructuring involved, they will require a full planning permission application from your Local Planning Authority.

Velux Or Roof Window Loft Conversion

This is the easiest way to convert your loft. Roof windows are very popular as they don’t require any roof restructuring. Your roof frame will stay the same, so all you need to do is insert a skylight directly into your roof’s covering. Your attic will benefit greatly from natural sunlight as the Velux glass acts as a rooflight.

What Type Of Loft Conversion Would Be Best Suited For My Adel Home?

Some loft conversions are not suitable for all houses. Dormer or Velux, are suitable for all kinds of property. Mansard lofts, however, are better suited for semi-detached or detached homes due to the extra construction space they require.

For the same reasons, hip-to–gable loft conversions can be used for semi-detached detached and end-terraced homes.

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Loft Conversion Services FAQs

Is a loft conversion tax deductible?

If you were converting a new room such as an extension or loft conversion, you can also claim tax relief through capital allowances on items such as insulation, electrical wiring and plumbing.

Do you have to raise a roof for a loft conversion?

A 'stick' framed roof offers you room to expand into a conversion whereas a 'truss' framed roof usually means you need to add height before a conversion can take place. This is why many turn to a roof lift and whilst most can be raised, it's still important to note that this isn't a possibility for all.

Do I need permission to build a loft conversion?

Most loft conversions are considered permitted development, which means you won't need to get planning permission as long as the building work fits certain criteria. So, if you're looking to get a simple conversion with roof windows, you generally don't need to worry (but it's best to check).

Can a Neighbour object to a loft conversion?

Your neighbours may reject your loft conversion plans due to noise, light, or privacy concerns, which will be taken into consideration by the council. If your planning permission is rejected, you can either appeal or amend your plans, keeping in mind the reasons for rejection.

What is the simplest loft conversion?

The simplest loft conversion is to install Velux windows between the existing rafters within the sloped roof – without making any changes to your roofline. You need to have a high enough ridge line so that you have ample headroom and can make good use of the available floor space.

 

 

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