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Loft Conversions

Loft conversions are an effective way to transform the unused space in your attic into a functional and stylish living area. So book a call today, and let’s bring your vision to life.

Loft Conversions Services
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Our team of experts has the knowledge and experience to build a conversion that meets your specific needs while adhering to local building regulations, planning permissions, and safety standards.

At ZS Construct, we’re committed to using high-quality materials and workmanship to ensure your loft conversion is built to last. In addition, we offer a six-year guarantee on our work, giving you peace of mind that your investment is protected long-term.

Your time is valuable

So we have the necessary resources to complete your conversion project quickly and efficiently. As a result, you’ll be able to enjoy your new living space in no time.

At our professional loft conversion company, safety is of utmost importance. We have all the equipment and procedures in place to ensure all work is done safely and securely. You can trust that we take every precaution necessary to protect you and your property.

Types of Loft Conversions

Rooflight Loft Conversion

This type of loft conversion is built into the existing roofline, with rooflights installed to add natural light and ventilation. By converting your loft into a usable room, you can create more living space for your family without moving or sacrificing any outdoor space. Plus, with pitched rooflights installed within the existing roof, you can enjoy a bright, airy living space that seamlessly blends in with the rest of your home’s design.

Dormer Loft Conversion

A dormer loft conversion is a popular type of loft conversion that involves adding a box-shaped structure onto a pitched roof, which protrudes vertically from the plane of the roof. This creates additional headspace and floor space, which can be used to create a new room, such as a bedroom, bathroom, or office. Dormer loft conversions are a great way to add value to your home, as they provide additional living space without the need for a full extension.

L-shaped Loft Conversion

An L-shaped dormer conversion is a type of dormer loft conversion that involves the construction of two dormer builds that are joined together to create an L-shape. This type of conversion is typically used when there is a need for additional living space in the loft, but the existing roofline needs to provide more headroom or floor space. The available space can be maximised by constructing two dormers in an L-shape, creating a larger and more functional living area.

Hip-to-Gable Loft Conversion

A hip-to-gable loft conversion is a type of loft conversion that is particularly suitable for end-of-terrace and detached homes. This type of conversion involves straightening an inwardly slanted end roof to create a vertical wall, which changes the hip roof into a gable one.

Mansard Loft Conversion

A Mansard conversion is a type of loft conversion typically built at the rear of a property, featuring a horizontal roof and an almost vertical 72-degree back wall that creates a vast amount of loft space with desirable room-shaped proportions. In addition, this type of conversion usually includes box-shaped Dormer windows that project slightly, providing additional internal space and allowing natural light to flood in. The vertical orientation of the windows also helps the Mansard loft conversion blend seamlessly with the property’s existing design, making it look like it has always been a part of the home.

Bungalow Loft Conversion

A bungalow loft conversion involves transforming the space underneath the roof of a bungalow into a habitable area, which can be as large as the footprint of the bungalow itself, effectively doubling the living area of the property. This type of conversion is a great way to add additional living space to a bungalow without the need for a full extension and can significantly increase the property’s value.

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Types of Loft Conversions

Rooflight Loft Conversion

This type of loft conversion is built into the existing roofline, with rooflights installed to add natural light and ventilation. By converting your loft into a usable room, you can create more living space for your family without moving or sacrificing any outdoor space. Plus, with pitched rooflights installed within the existing roof, you can enjoy a bright, airy living space that seamlessly blends in with the rest of your home’s design.

Dormer Loft Conversion

A dormer loft conversion is a popular type of loft conversion that involves adding a box-shaped structure onto a pitched roof, which protrudes vertically from the plane of the roof. This creates additional headspace and floor space, which can be used to create a new room, such as a bedroom, bathroom, or office. Dormer loft conversions are a great way to add value to your home, as they provide additional living space without the need for a full extension.

L-shaped Loft Conversion

An L-shaped dormer conversion is a type of dormer loft conversion that involves the construction of two dormer builds that are joined together to create an L-shape. This type of conversion is typically used when there is a need for additional living space in the loft, but the existing roofline needs to provide more headroom or floor space. The available space can be maximised by constructing two dormers in an L-shape, creating a larger and more functional living area.

Hip-to-Gable Loft Conversion

A hip-to-gable loft conversion is a type of loft conversion that is particularly suitable for end-of-terrace and detached homes. This type of conversion involves straightening an inwardly slanted end roof to create a vertical wall, which changes the hip roof into a gable one.

Mansard Loft Conversion

A Mansard conversion is a type of loft conversion typically built at the rear of a property, featuring a horizontal roof and an almost vertical 72-degree back wall that creates a vast amount of loft space with desirable room-shaped proportions. In addition, this type of conversion usually includes box-shaped Dormer windows that project slightly, providing additional internal space and allowing natural light to flood in. The vertical orientation of the windows also helps the Mansard loft conversion blend seamlessly with the property’s existing design, making it look like it has always been a part of the home.

Bungalow Loft Conversion

A bungalow loft conversion involves transforming the space underneath the roof of a bungalow into a habitable area, which can be as large as the footprint of the bungalow itself, effectively doubling the living area of the property. This type of conversion is a great way to add additional living space to a bungalow without the need for a full extension and can significantly increase the property’s value.