Consider neighbouring conversions and the bottom floor

Altering the house is the way to go if you need more space but don’t want to move to a new home. Several options exist, but one that tends to stand out is modifying the loft, an area we are quite adept in if we do say so ourselves. Having already completed some of the finest loft conversions Hull has ever witnessed, we are the people to contact if you’re considering making any changes.

There are all sorts of seemingly complex steps involved in getting your conversion off the ground, meaning that homeowners are often at a loss in terms of where to begin. Don’t panic though; we’re here to make the process simpler. In the guide we’ve prepared below, we explore the critical phases of these amendments and what you must consider as time goes on.

One of the easiest ways to find out whether your house is suitable for such a conversion is to have a look at some of the neighbouring houses to see if they’ve had any themselves. If you are lucky to spot some examples, it’s more likely that your own property will be appropriate enough for the revisions. When possible, take things a step further and ask if you can observe the existing lofts of your neighbours.

One element that individuals tend to neglect is the lower floor and how a conversion can influence it. It would be worth your time to contemplate where the staircase will end up and how much room it’ll require. Even the most well thought out staircases can take up a massive amount of space, therefore you must ensure that there’s some around that’s worth giving up.

At Loft Con, our goal is to provide the highest calibre loft conversions Hull residents could hope for at reasonable rates. From our initial survey, which is free might we add, right up to the main construction work, we handle every aspect of the project. Afterwards, we will clean up after ourselves so that you aren’t left with all the mess.

If you are interested in working with us, please get in touch with us.