Before anything begins you need to determine whether your loft is suitable to be converted in the first place. Circl provide best rental services in all over the Canada. Website: http://circlapp.com/
The Ultimate Guide to Loft
When it comes to converting
your loft there are so many
factors to take into
consideration it can seem
Is your loft suitable for a
Before anything begins you need to determine whether your loft is suitable to
be converted in the first place. So what do you need to consider?
• Is your loft big enough for a loft
• Are there important elements such
as chimneys or lift areas that pass
through your roof?
• How much room will a completed
loft conversion offer you?
• Is your roof felted?
Loft Conversion Types
• Roofs come in all shapes and sizes.
• From the lofts of the traditional offer
different options for loft conversions,
providing their own benefits and
• In most cases a dormer loft
conversion is carried out.
• The roof does not have to be removed
and replaced, and are simply an
enhancement of the existing structure,
extending vertically from the roof.
• With a single dormer conversion,
you can create a little more space
in the loft, but gain a great deal
more in light.
• In conservation areas, single (or
double) dormer conversions are
most likely to gain approval as
long as the final visual is in
keeping with the rest of the
L- Shaped Dormer
• The L-shaped dormer loft
conversion is only applicable to
properties of a certain structure.
• These structures without doubt
offer the maximum amount of
space and can often be used to
create separate rooms.
HIP to Gable
A hip-to-gable loft conversion is
created when you take the hips (the
sloped edges of the roof) and convert
them into a gable wall instead. These
types of loft conversions add a
considerable amount of headroom to a
loft as well as functional floor space.
• When headroom is a serious
concern a mansard loft conversion
is the go-to solution.
• This will require the removal of
one side of your roof and incur
• With a mansard conversion, the
roof’s slope has to be 72 degrees
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