If you are considering a home extension, a loft conversion is one of the most popular options. Not only will a loft conversion add an additional room or two to your home, but it will do so without taking up valuable space in your garden or outdoor space. But planning a loft conversion is more difficult and detailed than you might initially think. Here at Pinnacle Loft Conversions, we are Preston’s leading loft conversion professionals. And this is our guide to the do’s and don’ts of loft conversion planning.
What are the do’s and don’ts of loft conversion planning?
There are several things you should be sure to DO, when planning your loft conversion. But there are also several things to avoid. These do’s and don’ts include:
- DO work with a professional team- a loft conversion may generally fall into permitted development, but this will still need to be completed to meet all of the British Standards and to keep your home and household safe. Working with a professional team can ensure a helpful layout, a professional build, a high quality result, and conversion that is completed on time.
- DON’T forget to budget- deciding on a sensible budget for your loft conversion can be incredibly important. This can make a difference to the type of loft conversion you can install, with some being considerably cheaper than others.
- DO plan the purpose and layout- if you want your loft conversion for a specific purpose, this may mean including some specific features for building and construction, including plumbing and electricity. As a result, you should always plan the purpose, and the associated layout, before you begin construction.
For more information or to book a professional team for your loft conversion, get in touch with the team today, here at Pinnacle Loft Conversions.