Guide to Loft Conversions
Most homes have an attic space, but for many, it is underutilised and neglected. As more and more people choose to improve rather than move, could you be making more from your loft space? Having a loft conversion could transform your attic into a more usable space, whether you’re after an extra bedroom or a home office with better views.
Here we’ll be exploring what a loft conversion entails, and the different designs you could choose from to maximise your living space and suit your style.
What is a loft conversion?
Many households use their loft space as storage, somewhere to stash away the artificial Christmas tree and clutter. Having your loft space converted helps you make better use of that space, perhaps providing an additional bedroom or extra living room for your growing family. However you choose to use your new room, it can add significant value to your home and maximise your usable space.
The type of loft conversion you decide on very much comes down to personal preference and aesthetics, but loft conversions can really add to the kerb appeal of your home. Depending on the age and style of your property, some conversions will be better suited than others. We’re going to talk you through the most common types of attic conversion, to help you make an informed decision.