Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, there is a minimum height requirement of 2.2 metres for loft conversions. It means if the vertical distance between your floor and the highest point of the roof is 2.2+ metres, you can convert your loft.

Depending upon the size and type of the project, the time required for a loft conversion can vary in different scenarios. However, an average-sized loft conversion can take around 6-8 weeks to complete.

Yes, every loft conversion project is subjected to building regulations approval to ensure safety and adherence to the set standards of design and construction.

There are numerous factors that play their roles during cost estimation. These factors include the type and size of the project, the material for the interior and exterior you selected, and the additional features you require in your loft.

Planning permission is generally not needed for most loft conversions. However, it is recommended to check with your local authority to verify this.

Generally, loft conversion does not disrupt any utilities because the work is localised in the loft. However, if your gas pipe, water tank or boiler is situated in the loft, you will need to relocate it.

There are three major considerations for a loft conversion project, i.e.:

  • The type of your loft
  • The intended use of your loft
  • Your budget