Loft conversions have quickly become one of the most popular home remodelling projects, and they’re commonly used as a less expensive option to relocating. Because many homeowners use the loft as a storage option for anything from family heirlooms to outmoded furnishings, it’s a hoarder’s dream.
A handful of London loft conversions are now being transformed into beautiful places by Row London Construction. Some people want more room to accommodate a growing family, but many can’t afford to move because of financial restraints. Others are on the lookout for that one room in the house they can genuinely call their own. We may be able to give any Loft Conversions Service in London that you require.
Our objective is to take as much labour and worry out of a loft conversion in London as possible. We can handle the entire process for you, including all architectural drawings, planning permission, structural calculations, and construction, as well as appointing the appropriate specialists.
Every loft or attic conversion is designed to be as straightforward and stress-free as possible. Are you thinking of selling your house and relocating? If you’re thinking of converting your London home to a loft, bear in mind that it can increase the value by up to 25%. As a consequence, you may anticipate a long-term benefit from your loft conversion. Loft Conversion Services are one of the most common home upgrades in London.
The crew at Row London Construction understands that no two Loft Conversion Services in London are the same, not just because of the enormous range of property available, but also because of the huge diversity of individuals, preferences, and lives. Every loft conversion project is tailored to the client’s specific requirements and includes all they possibly want.
It might contain the most up-to-date bathroom suites and wet rooms, as well as amazing design elements that maximise natural light, such as skylights, balconies, and more. You should discuss the sort of loft conversion you want, such as a dormer, an L-shaped dormer, or a hip to gable loft conversion. Stairwells, built-in storage, and furnishings, as well as lighting and electrical services, are all included in our services.
What Happens if the Stairs Are Removed?
It’s all too easy to get wrapped up in the specifics of the new room or rooms you’re creating without thinking about how they’ll blend in with the rest of the house. In addition to being very important in terms of the rules, the stairs to your loft conversion are critical to both how your new top floor will look and how it will function functionally.
It’s customary to believe that extending an existing staircase up another story is the best option, but this isn’t always the case. Consider the ideal position for the stairwell in the loft. It’s possible that having the most usable space on both floors and having an easy-to-use stairway are mutually exclusive.
If you have a bedroom or bedrooms on the top floor but no bathroom, for example, keep in mind that people who are half asleep will be using the stairs (which we do not recommend). When it comes to bedrooms, consider how simple it will be to get large goods up and down the stairwell.
Consider making the staircase one of the space’s key points if your loft’s lone room is going to be your office. The presence of a spiral staircase in the room’s centre may provide the sensation of being somewhere exceptional.
When completing a loft conversion, one common mistake is to begin without contemplating what the additional room or rooms will be used for. You’ll have to make a number of decisions depending on whether you want to add a new office space, a master bedroom, children’s bedrooms, a playroom, a living room, or a gym.
That doesn’t mean you’ll be stuck with your current option permanently, but thinking from the inside out can help you make the best decisions, such as where to put windows or built-in storage.
If you create a shell first and then determine how to fill it, you may find yourself having to make uncomfortable trade-offs. So, before you go any further, think about and prioritise your loft conversion options.
Building a loft conversion has a bevy of advantages that will boost your home’s look and value. It’s the ideal chance to turn a chaotic, unused area into a peaceful refuge that meets your family’s requirements. Please contact Row London Construction if you’re interested in starting the process of adding a bespoke loft conversion in London.
If you think we can help you transform your loft or attic space into something truly unique, please contact us right away. We value not just the final product quality of our loft conversions, but also the journey you take with us as you complete your loft conversion and the client-company relationship from beginning to end. We’ll give you a reasonable quote for the work you need done, and after you approve it, we’ll get started. It’s as simple as that.