Type of conversion: Dormer conversion
Room(s) to be in the conversion: 1 x bathroom, 1 x bedroom
Currently a 3 bed semi detached. You are able to stand upright in the apex of the loft, so I think a dormer extension is required.
I'm not sure if Building Regulations approval is required for this job and would like some advice
Style of property: Modern
St Peter's Parish, WR5
We have a 4 bed detached house, built by Bovis homes in 1999. We are looking to the 'art of the possible' around converting the loft to give a 4th large room as room 4 is only big enough for a single bed (likely to be access).
Suspicion is that the room supports will need extra strengthening as they are the stand pre-formed ones with only enough space to stand in the middle.
Timing: I am flexible on start date
Evesham North, WR11
We have water damage from a faulty header tank in the roof and through to the bedroom below. We are looking initially for a quote to fix this and then advice on further loft improvements.
I am looking to have a loft conversion on my residential property and would like drawings put together that builders can then use to quote for the work. Could you please let me know if this is something you can help with and if so what the next steps/costs are. Initially looking for steels (if required) and staircase put in for access and use of space. Many thanks Steve
convert our loft into a bedroom
Little Witley, WR6
flooring, covering of walls and velux windows plus staircase for access
Warndon Parish South, WR4
Remove ceiling joists from bedroom approx 8' x 8' to create opening for mezzanine sleeping area that will be positioned above existing landing area, mezzanine area will be approx 6' x 8'. A single velux window is also required.
I'm not sure
i am looking for a quote possible convert the loft into 2 bedrooms.