Loft Conversion by Loft Conversions Bedford
If you've got all the living space that you need downstairs but are lacking bedrooms and bathrooms, then a loft conversion can be the perfect way to bring your home into proportion. When converting the loft of a semi-detached or terraced property you will need to ensure that the sound resistance of the party wall is upgraded so that sound transmission to your neighbours is reduced.
The Various Types Of Loft Conversions In Bedford
You will need to hire a designer, and as some types of conversion require planning permission approval, you will need to factor in the design cost as well as the cost of a planning application.
In order to maximise productivity, a home office requires plenty of natural light, so steer clear of black-out blinds and heavy materials. Planning on transforming your loft conversion into a home office? Loft Conversions Bedford will find you a specialist on the subject.
Building Regulations In Bedford, Bedfordshire
The installation of a loft conversion can be a complicated process, which might involve your planning department and will certainly require building regulations sign off. The building regulations requirements for fire precautions in two storey housing are quite simple, it's only when you have more storeys that things can get complex.
Did you know that you can extend your roof space by up to 50m3 (or 40 m3 for terraced housing) under permitted development rights.
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Loft Conversion Specilialst From Loft Conversions Bedford
Though it's possible to attempt a day conversion with expert help for some of the trickier aspects, the large amount of work involved in a loft often results in many people choosing to contract a specialist loft conversion company such as Loft Conversions Bedford to undertake the task. Any preparation for a building regulation survey can be completed by either the designer or loft conversion company you are working with.