Average Price Loft Conversion by Loft Conversions Exeter
Are you thinking of converting your loft in Exeter? Because most loft conversions do not require planning permission, they are often considered to be one of the simplest and most cost-effective ways of adding living space and value to your house.
Converting Your Exeter, Devon Loft
Loft conversion costs will vary depending on size, whether you'll need to alter its structure for staircase access, the type of conversion you're going for and where you live in the country.
A loft conversion can increase the value of your property by as much as 15%. Ready-made loft conversions, made off-site and craned into position are quick and will reduce labour costs, which can be beneficial if you live in an area where labour costs are higher. Converting your loft from a cold dark storage area to a desirable and habitable living space is, in fact, one the quickest and cheapest ways to add extra room and value to your home.
You Need Planning Permission In Exeter
For more complex loft conversions, you will almost certainly need planning permission and a customised price but Loft Conversions Exeter can advise you further on this. Deciding to convert your loft requires careful consideration of your roof structure, heating and insulation but our team at Loft Conversions Exeter are here to help.. In most cases, loft conversions tend to be considered permitted development, but your design will need to adhere to a number of specified parameters.
Comparing the quoted cost of your loft conversion, plus the value of your home, with the cost of moving to a larger house in the same area is a worthwhile practice in assessing the benefits of converting the space. If your loft doesn't have enough headroom then the roof will need to be raised or in some cases, the floor below lowered. For more insight into what to expect from a loft conversion, and what pitfalls to avoid, call us today on 01392 984 079.
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Different Types Of Loft Conversions Exeter Loft Conversions
Traditional frame type roof structures are often the most suitable type for loft conversions, allowing the space to be opened up relatively easily and inexpensively. A mansard type will give maximum conversion roof space because it projects the maximum available head height, thus giving a greater usable floor area.