Attic Conversions

Whether you’re looking to add an extra bedroom, a playroom, a home gym, a movie room, a relaxing space, a modern bathroom, a study room, an office space or a walk-in wardrobe, our aim is to help you get the most out of your attic.

A standard three bed semi detached attic conversion will take approximately two weeks, 10 working days, if you like an en-suite it would take an extra 3-4 working days. You do not need planning permission for an attic conversion because its non-habital quarter. The majority of people use them as bedrooms, You do need planning permission for a dormer because you are changing the structure of the roof line, you also need planning permission for a Velux window to the front of your house, but Velux windows are exempt from planning permission once they are to the rear of your house.

Usually, an attic conversion includes the following:
Structural steel (RSJ)
Top hung velux window (fire escape)
Floor joist 7″X2″ timber fully suspended off steel (RSJ)
Fully floored with OSB flooring boards
Storage fully floored with two access doors
Water tank moved in storage with access door
Stud walls 4″x 2″ fully suspended from steel (RSJ)
Staircase fitted 30″ wide to meet the regulation with handrail
Stud wall at top of stairs with fire door
Fully insulated
800ml double radiator
Electrics- 4 double sockets, 5 led spot lights, 2 way switching and smoke head, all wired directly back to fuse board on its own circuit
Ceiling area ccross battened and collar ties fitted
1/2 plaster board fitted on ceiling and walls
Skim coat finish on all walls and ceiling
Attic left ready for painting
All rubbish removed from site
Final clean up upon completion of work
Certificate of compliance upon completion of work from engineer, stating all work is compliant with building regulations

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