Loft Conversion Quote
A loft conversion can be an excellent way to add valuable living space to your home. Whether you’re looking to create an extra bedroom, a home office or a living room, a loft conversion can give you the extra space you need. However, before you can start planning the layout of your new space, you’ll need to get a quote for the work. Here’s what you need to know about getting a quote for a loft conversion.
The first step in getting a quote for a loft conversion is to assess the space. A professional will need to visit your home to measure the space, take note of any structural considerations and assess the potential for a successful conversion. This assessment will also take into account factors such as the type of roof, the height of the ceilings, and the overall condition of the space.
Once the assessment is complete, the Loft My Pad will provide a quote for the work. This quote will typically include the cost of materials, labour and any necessary permits or approvals. It’s important to note that the quote may also include a contingency for unexpected costs, such as unforeseen structural issues.
When reviewing the quote, make sure to ask questions about any items that you don’t understand and get clarification on the scope of work included in the quote. It’s also a good idea to get quotes from multiple professionals, to compare prices and ensure that you’re getting the best deal.
It is also important to consider the timeline of the project, we provide a detailed breakdown of the timeline, and what milestones we will hit within that timeline.
Overall, a loft conversion can be a great way to add valuable living space to your home. Getting a quote from Loft My Pad is really easy and we are more than happy to talk you through the quote and discuss your needs.
Convert Your Loft
To convert your loft to a habitable living space, certain criteria needs to be met to achieve building regulation and planning permission.
Planning permission and building regulations are required when alterations to the existing roof line are involved, this can mean either ‘dog kennel’ dormers, full dormer extension or simply a new roof to accommodate the new living space.
When Planning Permission Is Not Required
Planning permission is not required for side and rear elevation dormer/ dog kennel windows
Building Regulations are a sole requirement for a velux roof light conversion.
Approved architect plans will be required before work can commence.
“Thanks to Keith and his great team, I am an extremely satisfied and happy to open up my home to anyone who would be interested to see it.”
– Marshall Eriksen
Start a Loft Project
Loft My Pad specialise in loft conversions and manage the project from start to finish.
Loft My Pad love to add a fresh look to any interior.
Design and inspiration is what Loft My Pad can offer to create something special.
Loft My Pad can do custom builds using over 30 years of experience.
On time construction you can depend on.
Loft My Pad can help remodel your home from start to finish.