Loft Conversion Average Cost by Loft Conversions Hertfordshire
Converting your loft from a neglected storage area to a habitable living space is one of the quickest and cheapest ways to add extra room and value to your home. A hip-to-gable extension is a great option offered by Loft Conversions Hertfordshire. Call us to get an idea of some average loft conversion prices from across the UK.
Dormer Loft Conversions In The Hertfordshire, United Kingdom Area
Standard dormer loft conversions with a double bedroom and an en suite bathroom can cost about £35,000 – £45,000.
Loft conversion costs with Loft Conversions Hertfordshire begin at around £15,000 and in most cases you will not need planning permission. Your loft conversion will need to be inspected by the local building regulations department to ensure it is being constructed in accordance with the rules, making sure it complies with things like fire safety, access, floor strength and so on.
Roof Structure Alterations By Loft Conversions Hertfordshire
Trussed roofs require greater structural input, normally involving the insertion of steel beams between load bearing walls for the new floor joists to hang on and the rafter section to be supported on, together with a steel beam at the ridge. A conversion that requires change of roof structure is the most costly option, since removing and rebuilding the roof will require an experienced designer and increase labour and material costs.
Loft Conversions Hertfordshire can tell you that the mansard type of loft conversion will give maximum conversion roof space because it projects the maximum available head height, thus giving a greater usable floor area. Don't worry if the basic roof light conversion doesn't offer enough head height or floor space, contact us to find out what Loft Conversions Hertfordshire can offer instead.
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Types Of Loft Conversion Avilable In Hertfordshire
The cost of your loft conversion will vary depending on size, whether you'll need to alter the structure for staircase access, the type of conversion you're going for and where you live in the country. Unfortunately for the homeowner, some types of loft conversion require planning permission, which is not only a hassle, but is an added cost.