Making the move up into the loft is an exciting challenge, but it can be more challenging still if an en-suite is part of the plan. So how can you meet the challenge (and the building regulations) when creating the best possible little room of the house?
Whilst our instinct is to dismiss too-small properties at the detail gathering stage, it’s worth thinking again, looking more carefully at the property details and both interior and exterior photographs, before viewing the property and considering its asking price with another option in mind: extending the accommodation with a loft conversion.
Staircases are an important part of a loft conversion but can be tricky to get right – not just in terms of the space available and compliance with building regulations, but also to complete the work in the best way without blowing the budget.
Part of the thrill of creating new living space from a loft conversion comes from bringing light into that space with the installation of windows.
If you're wondering what types of Loft Conversion are available, read our guide to find out.
Mansard loft conversions can add a great deal of extra space to your property.
A hip to gable loft extension will extend your roof, giving you more space for a loft extension
Abbey Lofts have conducted a study to show just how much your property's value can increase with a Loft Conversion.
A Dormer loft conversion is one of the simplest and least expensive ways to create additional space in your property.