The Hadley Loft Company Ltd

Loft Conversions

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159 High St, Hadley, Barnet EN5 5SU, UK

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A Velux conversion is carried out keeping the original structure and shape of the property without adding any additional dormers. This is a great option if your property already has adequate space in the loft and a good head height. With a new structural floor, Velux windows, insulation your loft can easily be converted into a comfortable space. MID TERRACE REAR DORMER A mid terrace dormer is created by constructing a dormer at the rear of the property in order to gain additional space from outside of your existing structure. This opens up many options with the increased space and head height in this area, this then can be utilised for potential bedrooms, bathrooms, Juliet balcony and much more. A hip to gable semi-detached conversion is constructed by raising the gable wall of the property and extending the existing ridge to connect with the newly constructed gable wall. All front rafters will be extended to connect to the new ridge. This is then battened and tiled to match your existing front sloping roof. This construction is commonly combined with a rear dormer to utilise as much space of your loft as possible. MID TERRACE L-SHAPED DORMER An L-shaped dormer construction is carried out by creating two dormers at the rear of the property that are connected to each other to maximise the space of this particular property style. This can then be used to create multiple rooms to suit your needs. Most loft conversions do not need planning permission, however they will require building regulations approval. You would however need planning permission if your drawings exceed the sizes that come under building regulations only rule. If you look at the Planning portal web site there is all the information you can read up on. If you really want to convert your loft space and you don’t have 2.2m to start with there is a couple of alternatives. There is a possibility that you could raise your roof but would need planning permission to do this. The 2nd option is that you could lower the existing ceilings in the house, we have done this a few times but as warning this is a big job and normally requires the customer to not live in the property whilst this work is in progress.

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