Loft Conversion South London

Case Study

Our client was looking to make the most space possible from his home.

The loft conversion was on a Victorian semi detached in South London, it had a hipped roof.

This loft was very different to most loft conversions, as the client was looking for something to capture the views he had over London.

The Work

As the house was a hipped we had to carry out a hipped to gable loft conversion. Due to this type of loft conversion the roof had to be removed, for this we arrange a temporary roof to be constructed over the house to protect it from the weather while works where underway.

As we as having a newly formed roof, the client asked Fox Conversions to change all the existing tiles for new.

To capture the perfect view that the client had over London bi-fold sliding doors where installed to enable the best possible view.

To ensure that the view wasn’t ruined by a metal balustrade a structurally sheet of glass was installed across the opening. This gave the view as if there was nothing behind the doors, giving the best possible view.

As another feature the client opted for brick slips to be installed, these are slices of brick that are installed onto the wall to give the impression that the wall is bare brick. At the same time the wall is fully insulated and has services behind it such as electrical plug points.

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