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What you Need to Know About Hackney Loft Conversion

We could all use some extra space in our homes. Children get bigger, needs change and sometimes families just simply grow out of their homes. Moving or planning an extension that eats into precious outside space is not always ideal. If you are a homeowner in Hackney, loft conversion could be the option for you.

Loft conversions are versatile and, as they utilise the unused space that’s already in the home, they don’t always need to be completed with planning permission. If your loft meets certain criteria such as being under 40 cubic metres for a terraced house or 50 cubic metres for a detached or semi-detached house, there are no balconies or verandas planned and the materials used match the house’s original ones, you might not need planning permission.

There are other considerations too but a specialist Hackney loft conversion expert will be able to advise on the full list of criteria.

What Would You Use Your Space For?

For homeowners in Hackney, loft conversion can mean more space where it’s needed most. There are myriad uses for this versatile space, including:

  • An extra bedroom
  • An additional bathroom
  • A den for teenage children
  • A playroom to store toys and games for younger children
  • A games room
  • A home gym
  • A studio for crafts and hobbies
  • A studio for crafts and hobbies
  • A peaceful additional sitting room

The list could be endless. All families and homeowners are different. What you choose your Hackney loft conversion for should be unique to you.

Call in the Experts

If you’ve made the decision to have a loft conversion, Hackney experts Bespoke Lofts can help. With over 20 years’ experience and all work guaranteed for 10 years our experts are a popular choice. When you choose Bespoke Lofts you can expect courteous, punctual, well-qualified tradespeople who will endeavour to complete the work with as little impact to your home as possible.

Call Bespoke Lofts today on 0800 783 9456 to arrange your free site survey.

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