Loft Conversion London

Whether you are looking for a complete London loft conversion package or more customised services, Powerpillar offers a variety of London loft conversion options.

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So, if necessary, Powerpillar can manage the entire loft conversion process, from planning and approval to construction. Alternatively, we are happy to work with your architect and structural engineer if you prefer. Our goal is to ensure that your project meets your specific needs.

Our All-Inclusive Loft Conversion Services

Our team at Powerpillar understands how vital it is to make the right choice when choosing a London loft conversion company. Working with someone you are comfortable with. A London loft conversion company is not just about the quality of the finished product but also the process from start to finish.

We have adopted a friendly and professional approach to take advantage of this experience. When our team carry out your loft conversion London, you will feel relaxed and satisfied with your work.

Powerpillar offers professional yet personalised design and builds services to all our customers. Architectural designers, structural engineers, surveyors, loft estimators, project managers, and skilled tradespeople are the professional bodies included in this list. Our team works together to ensure that our loft conversion model is as simple and stress-free as possible for our customers.

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Loft Conversion Types

You can choose from a wide variety of loft conversion designs such as Dormers, Mansards, Hips to Gables, Veluxes, etc. Local authorities will permit loft conversions based on the existing layout of the roof and certain restrictions.
A free, no-obligation Powerpillar visit can advise you on this matter.

Dormer Loft

The Dormer loft is built on top of an existing sloped roof, thus squaring off the top. The building work involved is relatively straightforward. Powerpillar across London has completed several of these projects.

L Shape Mansard

The property would need a back addition to construct an L-shaped mansard roof. At the back of the house, there is often a kitchen and bathroom. Consequently, this area can accommodate the mansard. A Victorian property in London is most likely to have one of these.

Velux Loft

Velux refers to one of the most well-known window brands, not the type of roof structure. Powerpillar loft conversion specialist in London will ensure the best of this conversion.

Hip to Gable

In most cases, we perform hip-to-gable conversions on detached, semi-detached or end-of-terrace houses. Roofs with hipped ends slant in either direction or have both ends slanting. Perpendicular to the slope, the awning extends outward.

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Powerpillar Is Different

Every loft conversion project we complete for one of our clients is guaranteed to be a success. Attic conversions have been something we’ve done for countless clients, giving them everything they need to expand their homes at an extremely high quality.

Our Work

Our work spans projects of all shapes and sizes, working with clients at any scale. Whether they can complete part of the project DIY or rely on us for all the, we can ensure that we give them exactly what they ask for – while also observing safety standards, building regulations and quality control.
If you have a loft conversion idea and no easy way to carry it out by yourself, then our staff are perfect for bridging the gap. No matter what you need, we have the skills to provide it.

Loft Conversions Specialists London

Throughout the UK alone, we have completed thousands of loft conversion projects as a company specialising in loft conversion London. Our skills continue to improve as we meet more work, so we can provide better and better results to our clients.

Adaptable

Instead of forcing clients to choose from predefined options, we tailor our work to them. Regardless of how specific some of the client’s wishes may be, we ensure that every loft conversion project is unique.

Sensible

We maintain a strict safety standard during every project by watching roof structure, floor space limits, load-bearing walls, and overall safety measures. We can improve the loft conversion plans if we encounter any temporary setbacks or roadblocks.

Organising

Converting a loft is a challenging project. A department has been created solely to create loft conversion London plans. With Powerpillar Loft Conversion Plans, you can make a functional and attractive loft by reviewing your existing plans or creating new ones based on your preferences.

Conversion Experts

Our first step will be to meet with you at your property and discuss your suggestions. After we measure the house, you will receive the existing and proposed drawings. You will be notified when the application is submitted and we will communicate with local authorities.

Our team will begin working on detailed building regulations drawings once the application has been approved. The builders will be able to give accurate quotations and have clear instructions on-site with good-quality illustrations, reducing the likelihood of unexpected charges during the building. After accepting these drawings, the building inspector will again be consulted to gain approval for the building regulation application.

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FAQs

What is the cost of converting a dormer loft?

Dormer lofts typically cost between £30,000-£60,000 more than Velux lofts. A dormer requires a much more tremendous amount of work to convert the attic into a living space, as well as a complete redesign of the roof layout and design. The floor joists may also need to be replaced.

Due to the way hip-to-gable conversions are installed, they tend to cost more than dormer lofts. As a result, the price can rise from £40,000 to £65,000.

What is the cost of converting a mansard?

In total, mansard loft spaces cost approximately £45,000 to £70,000. It depends on how the loft is designed and how it works with the roof of the house.

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