Asset Lofts has launched its loft conversion service in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire. The company specialises in converting lofts into an extra room to create more space in homes.
More information is available at https://www.assetlofts.co.uk/loft-conversions.
The newly launched service provides a great investment on a property by creating extra living space from unused area in a home. Loft conversions can be used to create an extra bedroom, bathroom, games room, or a study.
Loft conversions allow homeowners to avoid the upheaval and huge costs of moving to a bigger house. Meanwhile, on average a loft conversion adds 22% to a property’s value.
The process for a loft conversion starts with a free feasibility survey before a quote is estimated within seven working days. After any follow-up queries and visits to show-lofts arrangements are made for architect drawings and engineering calculations. Then building regulation approvals must be applied for, which can take four to eight weeks.
Once building approval is received, materials must be ordered. Then scaffolding can be set up and installation of structural beams, supports and the floor can take place. After an initial inspector’s visit, roof work is done including retiling. Insulation is then added and staircase access is installed. Next comes electrics, heating, and plumbing.
The next stages are plastering, carpentry, and joinery. Then a final inspection visit is conducted. The last step is the handover with guarantees and warranties issued. For the full details of the process read here https://www.assetlofts.co.uk/the-process.
There are four main types of loft conversions and the right one for each home depends on the property style and the roof height, available space, conservation area, the local planning regulations, budget, and the owner’s needs.
A Roof-Light is a straight-forward loft conversion for lofts that already offer enough space for purpose. Asset Lofts bring in the daylight and makes the space liveable and workable. For places needing more standing space, a Dormer Loft is the best choice since it extends out of the roof space. For older terrace properties or ones that fall within a conservation area a Mansard Loft is the best choice. On semi-detached houses a Hip to Gable Loft is likely the best choice.
For more information about Asset Lofts visit https://www.assetlofts.co.uk or call 01753 825860.
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