Loft Conversions Loughton

 

Are you a resident of Loughton? It’s a fabulous place to live, only twenty miles from Central London and a really sought after area. The problem is that with property prices being so high in such a popular location, if your home becomes too small for your family, or you are just suffering from a lack of space to carry out your business from home or your hobby, it’s really expensive to move. Legal fees, estate agents and stamp duty add up to a huge amount and you may have to leave an area that you love, just to have extra room.

You may have a building that is not suitable for building an extension. Flats and maisonettes rarely have outside space, but there may be a solution. Many homes do have a loft space and this is usually wasted, often piled up with boxes of unwanted junk acquired over the years and rarely seen.

Why not consider opening up that unused space and incorporating it into your home? You can extend the living area by a third in a two storey house, or double it in a one storey home.

If you think this would be a disruptive and messy build, the best thing you can do is to get expert advice from the people who know the loft conversion business inside out, Loft Conversions Loughton.

This company, with its years of experience will guide you every inch of the way. From your first contact, an expert will visit you and assess the structure of your loft area, where a staircase can be put in and where windows can go. One great thing about lofts is that once they have windows they are flooded with light.

It’s your choice what you would like your extra space to be. Maybe the children need a bedroom each, or you would like a larger bedroom with an en suite. You may want a studio for your hobby or would like to work from home undisturbed by the rest of the household.

You can be relaxed in the knowledge that this company will project manage your extension from beginning to the beautiful end. All the experts needed to complete your new space are highly experienced in their field, be it electrics, plumbing, plastering and decorating. You are just left to put in the finishing touches of furniture and accessories.

Remember this will be done with minimal disturbance to your home, unlike an external extension which needs walls removed and foundations dug. The dust and debris will be kept, as far as possible, from causing mess to the rest of your property, so you should be able to stay in situ whilst work is being carried out.

You may be unsure if your loft is suitable for converting into living space and whether you need planning permission, but why not get in touch for a full assessment and quote from those in the know.

For further information contact Tom Richardson on 0800 975 5765 or email using the contact form below for a prompt reply.

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