Loft Extension

As you may or may not be aware, there are numerous of different types of Loft Extensions you can get for your home. All of which differentiate by serving a purpose which is not only practical but inviting and unique.

During this week’s blog, we are going to be discussing ‘Popular Loft Extensions for Your Home’. Informing you of the Loft Extensions in Milton Keynes we have to offer, and what they can do for you and your home.

Guide to Picking an Extension

When it comes to that point you are thinking about investing in getting a Loft Extension for your home, trying to pick the right one for you can be difficult. With there being so many designs and shapes, our number one rule at DJ Moore Lofts is to know why you want the Loft Extension and what is the purpose of it? When you have established these two questions, it will then make it far easier in deciding which type of Loft Extension is right for you and your family.

Loft Extension Designs

Let’s waste no time it starting off discussing popular Loft Extensions, kicking it off with number one…

1)Velux Conversions –

The first popular Loft Extension there is, is called a ‘Velux Conversion’ this type of Extension is fantastic for creating added extra light into your home. Our well-trained builders will always recommend this Extension to those who feel their house is a little on the dark side and needs something to brighten it up. This is a popular choice as the added extra light gives an illusion of the room being far bigger than what it actually is.

2)Dormer Conversion –

The second popular choice of Loft Extension we discussed is ‘Dormer Conversion’ this type of Extension is designed to add extra floor space, giving you high flat roof ceiling which is ideal for installing en-suites or wardrobes. A very practical and popular way of transforming this unused space into your dream bedroom or bathroom.

3)Hip to Gable Conversion –

The last type of Loft Extension we came up with is ‘Hip to Gable Conversion’, a funny name we know. Yet its purpose is far different. If your roof has a ‘hip’ this makes the area small and shrinks which can be used in a far more practical way. This type of Extension is created by building on the existing side wall, which internally creates more space within the area.

These three Loft Extensions are just a few popular designs which are currently in practice in a lot of homes, if you think you need our further help with this service. Please feel free to get in contact with us today, and someone from our team will be more than happy to get back to you.

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