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Loft Conversions in Mile Oak

Professional-grade loft conversions in Mile-Oak

Every large family deserves a large enough space to accommodate every last member. However, you don’t have to purchase a new house because extending your existing home is a viable option.

You wouldn’t have to worry about having enough garden space or having to let go of your beautiful garden either. No, instead of extending on the ground, you can extend your home upwards. Although we are headquartered in Brighton, Clifton Hill & Montpelier Loft Conversions operate in and around Mile-Oak, delivering top-notch loft conversion projects for homeowners across the area. You can count on us to do a good job in helping you increase the space and value of your home as soon as possible. Our bespoke process means that your new space will be designed to suit your requirements to the very last detail.

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Reasons to get a loft conversion

There’s no limit to the number of reasons why homeowners in Mile-Oak opt for loft conversion. Most commonly, homeowners want to have more space in their house for the comfort of everyone in the family. You can never have too much living space, so you could decide to convert the loft into a hobby or game room. Many people are choosing to do loft conversions so they can have a home office of their own, far from the distractions of working from the lower floors.

As more people begin to realise the kind of value a loft conversion can add to their home, they’re choosing to convert their lofts to make their homes more valuable. There are a number of advantages loft conversion has over other approaches to increasing the usable space in the home.

It doesn’t take as long as other methods to be completed and you don’t need a garden either. It’s a better way to save money than moving into a new house. Also, a loft extension doesn’t affect your beautiful garden and in most cases, doesn’t require planning permission. From day one until the project is completed, we’ll do our best to ensure the finished product is precisely as you dreamed it to be. Clifton Hill & Montpelier Loft Conversions work with homeowners across Mile-Oak to make their houses more functional by adding much-needed space.

You can be like them and get the home of your dreams.

What kind of value can you expect from a loft conversion in Mile-Oak? It’s been proven by numerous studies that a house will be deemed more valuable if a loft conversion has been done. One such study by the Nationwide Building Society proves that homes increase in value by 20% with a loft conversion.

If the house is valued at £200,000, that could mean the value will go up by £40,000. It’s a win-win situation with a loft conversion because you’ll be able to improve the capacity of your home while improving its value, as long as you don’t mind the cost and hassle of getting it done.

Would I be happy with a loft conversion in the long run?

Absolutely. En suite bathroom, nursery, or anything else you have in mind, a loft conversion is a great way to achieve your dreams for a house that’ll keep you happy for a long time to come. You wouldn’t have to wait too long before the job is completed. Despite the messy loft conversion process, you’ll be happy you went through with it.

Is Building Regulations approval needed for a loft conversion in Mile-Oak? Loft conversion projects in Mile-Oak may be subject to a Building Regulations approval, depending on the nature of work to be done.

Your home will be subject to certain guidelines if there’s more than one floor. The safety of the fire escape system and stairs are particular concerns and that’s why these guidelines have been put in place. They also guide important concerns such as the stability of the overall structure and roof, the strength of the new floor and the sound insulation of the loft conversion.

The extent of the work can determine which Building Regulations apply. If you’ll be doing extensive work like installing a stair, lining the wall of the loft or boarding it out, then there’ll most likely be regulations to guide the job. At Clifton Hill & Montpelier Loft Conversions, we understand the local and national guidelines that apply to loft conversions in Mile-Oak. If there’s any need to obtain approval for the work, we’ll get it done. How much would I need to spend on a loft conversion in Mile-Oak? A loft conversion can cost anywhere from £20,000 to twice or three times that. The number of dormers, the size of your extension and your location will all factor into how much you’ll have to pay in the end. Homeowners in Mile-Oak don’t have to pay as much as many other parts of the UK, so location shouldn’t be too much of a bother. Even more, Clifton Hill & Montpelier Loft Conversions doesn’t charge as much as many other loft conversion companies.

What types of loft conversions in Mile-Oak should I be looking out for?

The type of loft conversion used for your project will be determined by a number of different factors. First, we’ll have to consider how much you plan on spending. The second most important consideration is your house itself and how suitable it is for a loft conversion, including questions about the kind of roof you have and the amount of space available. Planning permission is also another important point to consider.

Some types of loft conversions are as follows:

Rooflight conversion; here, the existing roof space will be converted with roof lights added to the front and back to avoid increasing the volume of the roof. If you want the gable walls fitted with windows, we can do so as well. This type of loft conversion saves cost since it doesn’t require making too many changes. Dormer conversion; here, the aim is to expand the space available by putting dormer windows into the pitched roof plane.

It doesn’t have to be a large extension, so we may end up fitting no more than two windows, depending on what the room will be used for. Or we can create a larger space with full headroom by building a room that’s larger across the entire width of your roof. Hip-to-gable conversion; this type of loft conversion applies to ‘hipped’ rooves, which slope downwards on all four sides. A gable wall can be used to replace one or more hips in order to create more space within a hipped roof.

To complete the job, we’ll extend the roof over the gables to ensure enough space is created. Gable-to-gable conversions; after building the gable wall, the roof will be rebuilt at the back such that we have a raised, near vertical pitch that’s about the ceiling’s height. The result is a wall with windows. Terrace houses are well-suited to this kind of loft conversion If the goal is a large area with full headroom, then this method would work. Mansard conversion; here, we will replace the entire roof with a new structure shaped like a box. That would mean your house would have an additional storey with almost vertical tile-hung walls. Instead of your old roof, you’ll then have a nearly flat roof. Is it possible that my house won’t be suitable for a loft conversion? There’s a good chance your home wouldn’t have a problem with a loft conversion.

That being said, buildings with a certain kind of roof pitch and shape can be problematic for loft conversion. Get in touch with us right now about coming to see your house to help you determine whether a loft conversion can be done. We would need to know the number of usable load bearing walls are available to support the new structure. Having a loft conversion done won’t be a problem if you have a roof with a gable end wall. However, it may be a bit of a challenge if you have an intersecting pitched roof, a hipped roof or an older home with a trussed rafter roof. Even if you have a complex roof, you can trust us to do a good job on your loft conversion as we have worked on many different types of rooves across Mile-Oak.

Why Clifton Hill & Montpelier Loft Conversions is your best bet for professional loft conversions in Mile-Oak

At Clifton Hill & Montpelier Loft Conversions , we spare no expense in making sure we do the job right. Your vision for your loft conversion sees us through to the end of the job. From start to finish, you can count on us to deliver a superb service and fine workmanship, all in good time.

About Mile Oak, Brighton, East Sussex

  • Mile Oak is an area to the northwest section of the city of Brighton, East Sussex, England. Mile Oak is situated on the western edge of the South Downs area, and the landscape is dominated by farmland
  • Mile Oak is known for the Sussex border path and Monarch’s Way which skirt around the edge of the settled areas. The postcode of the Mile Oak, Brighton district is BN41. Mile Oak is part of the Hove constituency within South East England. Mile Oak is one the western points of the East Sussex County. Mile Oak is bordered to the north, west and northeast by the A27 Shoreham bypass.
  • Mile Oak road passes through Mile Oak north to south. Mile Oak Primary School is located centrally within the area, just north of Mile Oak Gospel Hall. Mile Oak is bordered to the settlement of Southwick to the southwest. To the eastern area of Mile Oak, locality is West Blatchington and Hangleton.
  • Mile Oak is to the northwest of Hove and a short distance from the South East coast of England and the English Channel. The Mile Oak area of Brighton and Hove City is a small settlement area within East Sussex.

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