If you’re expanding your family, starting a home business, or simply need new storage space, a loft conversion is an excellent way to improve your home while adding to the value of your house. 99% of people who convert their attics see an increase in house value, and with the increase in stamp duty and property prices this is becoming a popular choice for every type of homeowner.
How Do I Know That a Loft Conversion is Right for Me?
Each loft will need to undergo a conversion assessment to ensure that it can be converted into a new bedroom, study, or recreational room. There are 4 main factors that decide whether a loft is suitable for conversion; the head height, pitch angle, type of structure, and obstacles (such as water tanks or chimneys).
While there are basic requirements for a loft conversion, issues such as low head height don’t necessarily mean that you can’t convert at all – we can provide solutions that will ensure that you can still help you make the most of your loft space.
What are the Different Types of Loft Conversion?
The type of loft conversion you require depends on the space available and the existing architecture of your home. We work with the structure of the room to offer the most efficient and cost-effective solution for your family.
Eco Lofts offer Velux, Dormer, Mansard and Hip to Gable-End, as well as bungalow loft conversions, depending on what you would like to achieve and how much space is available within the existing structure. Each conversion type can be completed with environmentally-friendly materials that improve your family’s health, reduce your carbon footprint, and minimise the natural resources that you consume.
Environmentally Friendly Homes
Our loft conversions use natural building materials, recycle all waste to reduce landfill, reduce your carbon footprint, and utilise triple-glazing and insulation (among other methods) to make your home as comfortable and energy-efficient as possible.
Improving your green credentials goes beyond helping the environment; you will reduce your bills, improve your health and wellbeing, the improve the overall comfort of your home by easily regulating temperature, humidity, dust, and reducing the hazardous chemicals present in your environment.