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Velux Loft

This option is generally adequate for those contemplating the smaller loft conversion, generally for a single bedroom; study etc, where adequate height is already available within the existing loft space (minimum height 2.2m). Roof-lights can then be installed with a minimum of disruption. Loft conversions should always include some form of natural light from above to create an airy, spacious feel.

Mansards loft conversions are commonly built by raising the party/gable walls either side of your house to make the profile for the mansard and then creating the timber frame. Although common on older properties, especially in cities like London, Mansards are not often seen in the suburbs. Flat roof dormers tend to be a more popular choice for the 'average' 3 bed semi or terrace house due to the reduced cost and simpler construction. A mansard loft conversion will almost certainly require planning permission.

A dormer loft is an extension to the existing roof, allowing for additional floor space and headroom within the loft conversion. Dormers protrude from the roof slope, normally at the rear of the property and can be built in a variety of styles. Internally, a dormer will have a horizontal ceiling and vertical walls compared to the normal diagonal sides of a conversion. In lofts that have limited space or headroom a dormer will provide additional space that can make a conversion feasible.

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