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Q. Do I need planning permission for an attic conversion?

A.  No, unless you wish to extend out from the roof  with a dormer window, build up the gable wall in the case of a hipped roof or Velux roof  windows to the front of the house.

Q. Can my attic be converted?

A. In 95% of  cases yes it can be converted, we can survey your attic and assess its potential for you.

Q.Do you use steel beams?

A. Yes, we use steel beams to Engineers specifications to support roof & new floor joists.

Q. Is there a cost for an estimate or advice?

A. No, we will be happy to carry out a survey and give advice with an estimate free of charge.

Q. How long will my attic take to convert?

A. The average attic eg. 3/4 bed semi detached house with truss roof  takes approximately 10 working days with an Ensuite an extra 2 days and up to 6 weeks on larger projects.

Q. Will I have to move out during the conversion?

A. No, we keep the disturbance to a minimum and clean up at the end of each working day, many of our conversions have had families with children living safely at home.

Q. Can I get an Ensuite in my attic conversion?

A. Yes.

Q.Will my attic conversion be built to current building regulations.

A. Yes, all work is carried out by qualified tradesmen to current building regulations and can be inspected by an independent Architect / Engineer hired by the client or we can supply a certificate by our Architect / Engineer with an additional cost. 

Q. Can your builders carry out extra works while on the conversion?

A. Yes, we do other works, renovations & Extensions.

Q. Can I see other completed attic conversions?

A. We can put you in contact with previous clients who will be happy to talk with you and view their attic or other works we completed.

Q. Are you Insured?

A. Yes, we have full public  & employers liability. 






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