Loft Conversion by Loft Conversions Sussex
It's definitely worth having a small contingency fund in place just in case of any unforeseen problems or overruns, but in general a loft conversion will be highly rewarding, adding usable space and value to your home. When converting the loft of a bungalow you need to ensure you have mains powered interlinked smoke detection at ground and first floor level and that all habitable rooms at first floor level have an escape window.
The Various Types Of Loft Conversions In Sussex
Another type of loft conversion we offer is converting non-residential spaces (most commonly warehouses, docks, former factories or water towers) into habitable homes.
The additional space of your loft conversion can be used as an additional bedroom or two, a study or home office, a separate bathroom or a nursery. Planning on transforming your loft conversion into a home office? You'll find our specialist guide to designing a home office a handy read.
Building Regulations In Sussex, United Kingdom
A lot of people forget that when converting a loft, you will need building regulations approval. Building regulations apply to loft conversions to ensure that the structural strength of the new floor is sufficient, the stability of the existing structure is not endangered, there are safely designed stairs to the new floor and reasonable sound insulation exists between the conversion and the rooms below.
Did you know that planning permission may not be required for your property as many conversions fall within the permitted development rights.
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Most people would recommend that you appoint a specialist loft conversion company. Why not ask neighbours, friends or search online to find a trusted architect, loft conversion company or experienced builder for your project.