On each loft conversion project, a specialist from The Loft Worm in Buckhurst Hill, Essex will provide you with a consultation at your convenience to discuss a loft conversion option that will work for your property and roof design. With our dedicated team, we strive to execute a project exactly as envisioned by our customers.There are a variety of luxury loft conversions with various advantages and features for each one. Let us handle the contract work while you look forward to ways of filling your new converted space.
Hip-To-Gable Luxury Loft Conversion
A Hip-To-Gable conversion extends a roof slope, generally on a detached terrace and bungalow or semi-detached end of the property. Extending vertically to create a gable, this conversion takes the existing wall up to the ridge of the roof and levels it out to add height along the width of the property.
Dormer and Rare Dormer Luxury Loft Conversion
Often the most popular amongst dormer loft conversions is the rare dormer. This is usually constructed at the back of a property roof, however, The Loft Worm is equipped to design this conversion for the front or the side of a property. The dormer allows for more floor area and head space unlike the common head ducking we find in Velux conversions. Able to accommodate French doors and windows, the dormer also allows for better spacing for the staircase access in some properties. Although the roof is flat, this conversion is quite adaptable as it can be designed flat or pitched depending on the height of the ridge in the property’s roof.
L-Shaped Dormer Luxury Loft Conversion
Depending on the architectural design of the property, be it the Victorian type or Edwardian, the L-shaped dormer may be converted into a large bedroom with an en-suite or two bedrooms at the top of the property.
Velux, Roof Light & Eaves Luxury Loft Conversion
The Velux conversion is the most common loft or attic we find in most property across Buckhurst Hill, Essex. Of all conversion types, this is the least time-consuming conversion and is extremely cost-efficient. Making use of the existing shape and space, Velux conversions are famously known for allowing ventilation and light to come in from the roof. The architectural footprint of the property is not changed as no dormers are constructed however this conversion sometimes gives limited space to work with when refurbishing a loft.
Mansard Luxury Loft Conversion
Common as an addition to Victorian and Edwardian property, the Mansard achieves maximum loft or attic space by reaching the top of the roof. This particular conversion adds character to a property without the additional boxed dormer in the front of the property appearing out of place. Property owners are able to install French doors and/or Velux windows with this type of design.