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Loft Conversions in Manchester
Our experienced team here at Vision Building and Maintenance can assist you with the conversion of your loft in a variety of styles, depending on the type of property you live in. We can assist you from the design and planning stage right through to project completion, working closely with you to ensure the end result is exactly what you had envisioned.
Our team take the time to source the right materials to match your property as closely as possible so as to maintain continuity in the style of your home, ensuring the loft conversion ties in perfectly with the existing exterior aesthetics of your home.
Loft Conversion Guide
If your home is running out of space, then you may be considering a loft conversion in Manchester in order to create more room. Perhaps you want a new office, bedroom or study area for your children. Whatever you’ve decided on, a loft extension is a cost effective way of creating more space. In most cases you won’t need planning permission and you could even increase the value of your home.
At Vision Building and Maintenance we pride ourselves on our many years in the building trade. We are a team of friendly professional builders who can make your loft extensions a reality. All our team are trained and qualified and are kept up to date with all the latest advances and developments in building. This means we’re able to provide seamless, quality work for every job, making sure you get value for money and quality workmanship.
We Carryout All Types of Loft Conversions
Velux Loft Conversions in Manchester
A Velux loft conversion in Manchester will involve installing a window into an existing roof, into the pitch line – this is a fairly straightforward type of conversion. The benefits of a Velux loft conversion is the generous amount of light it allows in, we can also fit triple glazed windows and this will help to reduce noise pollution and keep the room warm and condensation free.
Dormer Loft Conversions
Dormer loft conversions in Manchester are a small extension on an already existing attic. They have pitched or flat roofs and will fit right in with the rest of your home. It can have windows and you can even have French windows fitted with a balcony if you want. However, keep in mind that your loft will need to be high enough to accommodate this, and you may need planning permission if you decide on a balcony.
Hip to Gable End Loft Conversions
This is a loft conversion on the end of your roof. This is suitable for most semi-detached houses that come with hipped roofs. You may not have the correct kind of support for this kind of conversion and we’d probably need to take a look, in order to see whether this is suitable for the type of property you own.
As you’ll be changing the outside of your property it’s more than likely you’ll need planning permission, but we can go over this with you and help you decide what’s best.