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Loft Conversions

"I had used Bespoke Lofts in the past for another loft conversion; I was delighted with the previous work so it seemed natural to choose them again to create an office in my home. I was amazed at the floor space that was created, it’s made our working life much easier. I’m so pleased with the windows too and the amount of natural light, the room is positively bright and airy. It’s inspirational in fact!"

Victoria, Wanstead

During our initial free consultation we will take measurements and listen to what you have in mind. We will then be able to present you with a scaled design specifying the position of the stairs and the size and shape of the loft room. At this stage you will receive a quote for the work, detailing each step so that there are no surprises.

We give you a quote, not an estimate, so our pricing is totally transparent. Then, from architectural plans and design, planning permission applications (if required) and building regulations, we will handle the entire process. Once we have building control approval, building works can begin on your new loft conversion. Your project manager will be available to answer any questions and keep you appraised throughout the entire process, right up to the point that your loft conversion is ready for decoration.

The Process - What to Expect

  • Erect scaffolding where required
  • Create opening in roof for access (initial work completed from outside, minimising inconvenience)
  • Delivery of structural steel support beams for floor and dormer roof extension delivered and fitted
  • Fitting of new floor joist, followed by first visit of building inspector to approve floor construction
  • Building of dormer
  • Completion of internal partitions of dormer, noggins and insulation
  • Second visit from building inspection officer
  • Completion of works on dormer by roofer, including roof tiles, guttering, etc.
  • Erection of partitioning to loft and completion of noggins
  • Insulation of all walls to meet building control regulations
  • Fitting of windows
  • Commencement of work on new staircase
  • Electrical cabling for lights and power points positioned to your specification
  • Fitting of staircase
  • Completion of plaster boarding
  • Finalisation of plastering on first floor, stairwell and loft area
  • Fitting of lights and sockets
  • Arrange for appointed tiler to carry out any tiling (additional cost)
  • Installation of shower room fittings and connection of radiators
  • Fitting of doorframes, doors hung and skirting fixed; handrails and spindles fitted to stairs
  • Fireproofing checked
  • Gutters checked
  • Final inspection by building control officer for compliance with building and fire regulations
  • Your loft conversion is now complete and ready for decoration