Hip To Gable Loft Conversion, Essex

Case Study

Like most of our clients, as families grow they require more space, so adding an extra bedroom or two can easily be achieved by a loft conversion.

This project you can see the dormer and hip to gable conversion from start to finish to help you understand how we work.

The Work

The roof needs to be stripped back so it can be extended, this means removing the tiles. During this time, it is always best to renew the roof. This helps save future costs in replacing the tiles and ensures that your roof is problem free.

This client went with the option of renewing the tiles, felt, batten and flashings.

Once your roof is extended, we can install the steels and start on forming the dormer and form the floor inside. We matched the dormer to the clients existing house finishing’s  such as the oak effect UPVC windows and the oak affect fascia and soffits. We also pebble dashed the newly formed side gable to match the rest of the house

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