Which loft conversion would suit your property?

Which loft conversion would suit your property?

If you have been debating whether it was time to move on from your beloved property and get another,

then maybe you should hold fire and consider the modern alternative of a loft conversion instead?

As housing prices increase on the market, it’s becoming more difficult to move into a new home.

If you are a family with small children, moving can also be a stressful time, and if you are a settled family you may not want to move all the memories you have created in your current house.

There are a lot of alternatives and whilst moving house can never really be a bad thing – you can make use of the unknown space you have acquired in your lift for the meantime.

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Which loft conversion would suit your property?There are many benefits for having a loft conversion, for example: it adds more room to your home, it can blend in with your regular furnishings and structure of the house, it is another personal space, you can use it in whatever way you want, and the big favourable reason – it adds value to your property.

The price of your property can be increased by up to 20% if you get a loft conversion.  If you choose the right materials, the right builders and furnish it well it could really go in your favour – so if you do eventually decide to move, you could make more profit from the sale your property than you would have without the loft conversion.

There are 3 main types of loft conversions which are: Dormer, Roof-light/Velux and Mansard, and they each have their own unique qualities:

  • Dormer: If the loft space you currently have doesn’t seem to be big enough for you stand in, then a Dormer loft conversion could be a good option, as it gives you more room to move in.
  • Mansard: This a popular option because of its roof space, which is extended to the rear or to the front. The sides will usually have bricks and vertical windows. This will add a very unique style.
  • Rooflight/Velux: This type of loft conversion gives you the chance to add roof lights flush to the roof. You won’t have to worry about the noise or untidiness as it will cause less chaos, and you won’t need to worry about the excessive mess.

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