1. An all weather extension
Unlike other extensions such as conservatories and cellars, a loft conversion can go ahead in most weather conditions, which is a big consideration if you are living in the UK. Even in heavy rain, a waterproof shell can be used to shield our team of professionals, meaning work can go on and the completion date will be met.
2. Don’t eat up your garden space
When we are pushed for space, it is often the garden which we have to sacrifice for the sake of an extension. Opting for a loft conversion can leave your garden to be enjoyed as an area for the kids to play in and for you to relax in.
3. Make use of your space
If your loft is used for storing unwanted items you haven’t got round to throwing out yet, or family momentos which are gathering dust, why not make the space work for you by turning it into a bedroom, or in some cases another apartment? There is potential for an increase in the value of your property, as well as a route into the room or flat rental market.
4. Let the light shine through
Many extensions can have the unwanted effect of starving rooms which were previously bright and breezy of light. By going down the loft conversion route, and installing sky lights, you can ensure you have an extra room which is light and airy.