It’s important to note that no two loft conversions are the same, and therefore their costs will vary from conversion to conversion. The above figures are to serve as a rough guide only. For a more exact figure, get in touch with a loft conversion firm like London Lofts Ltd.
Whilst you can use individual third parties to take care of each different aspect of the conversion process, we’d recommend utilising a firm who carry out everything themselves, in house. This way, you’re guaranteed a smoother conversion process, and also cheaper prices too. When it comes to your Dormer conversion, the team here at London Lofts Ltd can take care of everything from start to finish. All you need to do is tell us what kind of space you’re after!
Yes! It’s worth adding a Dormer to your property in every sense. Firstly, adding a dormer to your property adds monetary value. Adding a Dormer conversion to your property can increase its overall value by as much as 20% in some cases.
This, of course, depends on various factors, including the amount of usable space added, as well as your property’s location. Adding a Dormer to a London townhouse, for instance, is going to add significantly more value than it will elsewhere, because of the premium at which space comes in the capital when compared with other regions of the UK.
Not usually. Typically, Dormer conversions fall within the bracket of permitted developments. That’s to say, alterations that can be made to a property without the need for additional planning permissions. Because Dormer conversions don’t drastically change a property’s structure, they’re seen as acceptable changes.
There are certain instances wherein a Dormer conversion would require additional planning permissions. These include: