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Loft Conversions

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Loft Conversions

At Skipton Builders we execute all aspects of loft conversions. We offer our loft conversion services in the following areas:

  • loft conversions in Skipton

  • Loft conversions in Barnoldswick

  • Loft conversions in Harrogate

  • Loft conversions in Colne

  • Loft conversions in Earby

Loft Conversions Frequently Asked Questions 

Should I have my loft converted?

If you are looking at getting your loft converted then there are a number of considerations, the first one being is it even possible with the layout of your house. Secondly it is good to understand why you want the loft conversion. If you are looking to sell your house in the near future, will the cost of the loft conversion be more or less than the value it adds onto the house. We can help you to answer these questions so that you make a more informed decision before going ahead with the conversion. 

How much does a loft conversion cost?

This really does depend on a number of factors: the type of house, the layout, the size of the loft, the desired finish and what state the loft is currently in. Loft conversions can range from as little a few thousand pounds upto and above 20 thousands depending on all the factors mentioned. It is advisable to get 2 or 3 quotes from reputable builders, like Skipton Builders

Do I need building regs for my loft conversion? 

The short answer is yes. If you want it to be a habitable space then yes you will, if you are creating a usable storage space then not necessarily. In most instances you will need to apply for planning permission and have the plans drawn up by a professional architect which we can help you with. 

There are many questions people have regarding loft conversions to please contact us if you question hasn't been answered above and we will continue to add more details to this page to help people make informed decisions when it comes to deciding whether to go ahead with a loft conversion or not. 

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