Loft Conversions in Chelsea

Loft Conversions in Chelsea

Loft Conversions in Chelsea

Loft conversion helps you create an additional living space in your home, seamlessly bringing the underused attic space into use. It is an easy and affordable method of adding modern style to your home, enhancing property value. You also do not need to relocate or sell your property if your house does not meet your family’s growing demands.

Construct & Furnish London provides the services of loft conversions in Chelsea, bringing your ideal property’s dream into reality. We are experienced in completing several bespoke loft conversion projects tailored to the client’s requirements.

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Benefits of Loft Conversion

An attic loft space is a blessing for your property which can be utilised for different purposes, offering the following benefits:

Adding Habitable Space to Your Home: Loft conversion adds extra living space to your home to fulfil your needs for an extra bedroom or bathroom. You can also rent out this space by converting it into a room or use it personally as a home office, study room, etc.

Increasing the Value of Your Property: Loft conversion enhances your property’s look, incorporating the modern-day style. This way, you can enhance its value as it fulfils the latest construction standards, making it a worthy investment.

Enhancing the Storage Space of Your Home: You can use your loft’s space for storage by building some storage shelves, cupboards, and installing floating shelves. You can also utilise your empty chimney’s space by transforming it into a bookshelf.

Types of Loft Conversions

We are experts in undertaking these different types of loft conversion projects:

Dormer Conversion: It typically adds the maximum amount of extra space to your property. In this conversion, the existing roof is vertically extended, giving an increased floor space and headroom.

Hip to Gable Loft Conversion: This type enhances the habitable space of a property with three sloping roof sides, turning the roof into a flat gable. It suits bungalows, detached homes, semi-detached homes, and terraced properties.

L-Shaped Mansard Loft Conversion: This conversion changes your roof’s structure, sloping its rear at about 72°, which acts as a shelter. It is suitable to enhance the living space of Edwardian and Victorian houses.

Velux Loft Conversion: It is one of the best and most versatile conversion types as it suits various houses, including detached, semi-detached, and terraced homes. It involves the installation of Velux windows to enhance the amount of natural light on your property with minimum disruptions

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Our specialists work closely with the clients, ensuring their satisfaction from the beginning to the end. We keep you informed regarding the project’s progress throughout, providing expert guidance at each step. As a company, we pride ourselves on:

  • Customer Satisfaction
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  • High-Quality Products
  • Trustworthy Services

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First of all, you need to assess if your loft is suitable for a conversion project or not, considering the following three aspects:

  • The loft height should be 2,500mm starting from the ceiling’s top point to the underlying ridge board.
  • The required footprint of the property is 5,500mm from side to side and 7,500mm from front to back.
  • The roof should have a higher pitch, which means more central head.

Usually, loft conversion projects do not require planning permission approval if your property does not exceed a specific limit. However, it is vital to check the rules and limitations of loft conversion as provided by your local planning department.

After converting your loft, you can use it as a storage space by building a wall storage unit, installing low-level storage units, adding a pull-down bed, or raising your bed. You can also consider the option of under-bed storage to utilise the maximum space for storage purposes.

Cat A Fit Out: Basic commercial fit out, including some mechanical and electrical works along with suspended ceilings and raised floors. It is a suitable commercial fit out for landlords.

Cat B Fit Out: A thorough design involving interior and exterior design, branding, and complete installation of the infrastructure to transform the place.

The cost for a loft conversion usually varies from £55,000 to £80,000.