MANSARD LOFT CONVERSIONS

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Mansard loft conversions work by expanding your loft and headroom, extending the roof upwards and creating near-vertical walls to do so. They are most commonly constructed in terraced houses, maximising the space that you have in your roof and making it liveable and useable.

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WHAT IS A MANSARD LOFT CONVERSION?

Mansard loft conversions require more dramatic alterations to a property than dormer conversions. There are two roof slopes, with the lower slope being close to vertical at 72°, and the top slope being almost horizontal. This type of conversion is most commonly built by raising the party wall or gable wall on either side of the house, which will create the profile for the mansard, so a timber frame can be built.

Do be aware that this type of conversion will almost always require planning permission.

WHY MIGHT YOU CHOOSE A MANSARD LOFT CONVERSION?

These are some of the most popular reasons for selecting a mansard loft conversion:

YOU WANT TO MAXIMISE SPACE AT THE REAR OF YOUR PROPERTY More often than not, mansard conversions are built at the back of your home.

YOU WANT TO EXPAND THE HEADROOM IN YOUR NEWLY CREATED SPACE A mansard loft gives higher headroom than any other kind of conversion will allow.

YOU WANT YOUR CONVERSION TO BLEND INTO YOUR EXISTING HOME Mansard loft conversions are aesthetically pleasing and sympathetic to their surroundings.

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We will visit your property to assess your needs and give you a free, no-obligation quote for all the work involved.

HOW MUCH DOES A MANSARD
LOFT CONVERSION COST?

Summary: A mansard loft conversion is usually built by raising the party wall, giving you a loft conversion that feels more like a standard room due to the height of the ceiling. It can offer you an excellent use of space in terraced and end-of-terrace properties. You will almost always need to obtain planning permission before a mansard loft conversion is built, as significant structural alterations will need to be made.

Cost: For an average mansard loft conversion, you will be looking at costs of around £70,000 and upwards.

EXPERTS IN LOFT CONVERSION
PLANNING AND DESIGN

Mansard loft conversions will most likely require planning permission and, by working with us, we can make the process simple for you. We have an in-house architect and engineer who has many years of experience working in the planning realm. This means we can carry out full surveys at your property and help prepare applications for submission to the relevant authorities, making the whole process simple and streamlined.