Part-Loft or Full Loft Conversion? Find the best fit for your home.
Posted on 11th November 2016 at 12:06
For many homes within the UK, the dark and somewhat creepy loft space is used primarily for storage, though that doesn't have to be the case. Here at The Loft Access Company, we provide a extensive service that covers all alternative options, including part-loft and full-loft conversions. At face value, these alternatives may seem very similar; the key difference however, is access.
Classified as a non-habitable room, a part loft conversion provides an extra living space within the home. More regularly referred to as 'deluxe storage areas', part-loft conversions do not require the need for architectural designs, structural calculations or building regulations, and are therefore not as costly as full-loft conversions can be. From a hobby room, to children's playroom, or even a Home Office for mum or dad - the possibilities are endless. Visit our Part Loft Conversion page for more information.
Full-loft conversions however, are much larger projects. Dependent on the size of your property and what you intend to use the extra living space for, there are a number of different structural alternatives for you to choose from. The Loft Access Company also offer a full Architectural Design Service to help you through the each step in the initial conception and design process, including building regulations and staircase design, ultimately providing you with an accurate written estimate.
For a more detailed look at the various conversion types available, visit our Loft Conversions web page.
Tagged as: Building Regulations, Hobby Rooms, Loft Conversions, Part Loft Conversions, Planning Permission, Roof Windows, VELUX
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