Dormer Loft Conversion Specialists London
One of the more popular types of loft conversion that we specialise in at Creative Spaces London is the Dormer Loft conversion. A dormer loft conversion is an extension of the existing loft and projects vertically from a sloping roof. This type of conversion creates additional floor space and headroom within the property. Internally, a dormer conversion has vertical walls with a horizontal ceiling.
The dormer conversion is the most common type of loft conversion, due to the fact that dormers such as the flat-roof dormer often add the maximum amount of additional space possible to a property, which in turn presents the owner with greater flexibility over its end use.
In addition to the flat roof style of dormer we can also create gable front and hipped roof dormers, these can make a property look more attractive from the outside.
Types of Dormer Loft Conversion
There are a number of ways to convert your loft with a Dormer loft conversion. Here are four examples of Dormer Loft Conversions we can provide
The most common type of dormer conversion, the roof of this dormer is a single flat plane that pultrudes out horizontally from the roof of the building, creating additional internal space to the front or rear of the property.
This is another common type of dormer conversion, it has a simple pitched roof that is composed of two sloping planes. These planes are supported by a frame that is raised vertically, which creates a triangular section below the roofline.
This type of dormer conversion has a roof that is composed of three sloping planes that rise from each side of the dormer frame and then converge at the ridge, this creates a more subtle appearance. Generally for end of terrace or semi-detached houses, a hip to gable dormer is possible. This is where the roof is extended out the sloping side to the end of the gable wall replacing the sloping roof with a vertical wall at the end to the same height as the roof ridge.
This type of dormer also has a single flat plane roof. But it differs from a flat roof dormer due to the fact that it is sloped in the same direction as the main roof, only at a slightly shallower angle. This type of dormer can provide plentiful head room over a much larger area than a gable fronted dormer.
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