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Extra Space Needed...

A loft conversion could be the best way to add additional space in your North London home if a house extension is not an option due to limited garden space or planning permission restrictions. We have an incredible team of loft conversion specialists and roofers to turn unused space into extra bedrooms, bathrooms, games rooms and working offices. Additionally, we have the expertise to create amazing space saving solutions such as fitted wardrobes or staircases with purpose built chest of drawers.

Our loft conversions will add that extra space you have always wanted at a competitive price. Years of experience in this field of work means that we can advise you on every aspect of your London loft conversion project as well as creating significant value to your house.

All our work comes with a ten-year structural warranty. Contact us today to receive a free transparent quote.

Loft Bedroom


A dormer loft conversion is when a pitched roof is converted into a box shaped structure, creating walls that sit at a 90 degree angle to the floor. This helps increase space and the value of your home.

A dormer loft conversion is an extension structure which is built to protrude from the existing sloping roof to create more usable space with additional headroom, meaning that a cramped loft can become a much larger, airy room with the new dormer windows providing transformative natural light. 

In most cases within North London a dormer loft conversion will not require planning permission and can be built under permitted development.


Mansard loft conversions are suitable for most types of properties – including mid-terraces and can be finished in a variety of ways to match your property.

They are usually built to the rear of your property and alters the structure of your sloped roof so that it has an almost straight gradient of 72 degrees. Windows are built into the new roof structure as small dormers; you can even have a Juliet balcony and the conversion is generally big enough to support multiple room configurations such as two bedrooms and a bathroom.

These types of conversions usually require planning permission, due to mansard loft conversion altering the structure of your home.

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A roof light loft conversion is when you build within the existing roof line your home, therefore you don’t extend the space externally at all.

Roof light loft conversion are extremely popular as they tend to cost 25% less than a dormer or mansard loft conversion. However,, they will provide less space within your home.

Furthermore, a major limitation is finding a space for the stairs to come up. Because of head height stipulations in the Building Regulations, the stairs often have to come up in the middle of the loft, where head height is greatest, this can dictate the way the space is refurbished.

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