The question that we get asked about the most is “How much does a loft conversion cost in London?” We answer it by saying the cost of a loft conversion depends on many factors like the type of loft conversion, its size, location, etc. However, usually, the average cost of loft conversion is between £30,000 to £50,000.
We at “eloft conversions” make sure that every loft conversion is specific to your requirements and personal taste. That is why the actual price quote can only be provided once a surveyor from our company visits your property and examines it.
With a loft conversion, you will add extra space and value to your home. It can increase the quality of your life and resale value of your property. Above all, a loft conversion will increase the value of your house.
This is a complete guide on how much money should you expect to set aside for specific types of loft conversions. It should be noted that all prices shown hereafter are only an estimate. The actual price quote for your property will be calculated after examining it.
Dormer loft conversions are the most common type of loft conversion in London. With a dormer loft conversion, you can maximize the space in your house by the addition of an extra room and also you can gain more head height.
These loft conversions are usually built to the rear side of the house, but it can also be built on the side or as windows dormers.
Dormer loft conversion costs between £32,000 and £50,000 on average, excluding dormer windows cost and VAT.
The cost of the hip to gable loft conversion will be anywhere from £42,000 to £50,000 depending on the full specification of the property. This price will vary depending on the location of the property, it’s size, and other things. This price is inclusive of gable end window cost. You will get an accurate price quote once you get in touch with us and our specialist examines your property.
Velux or skylight conversion is the most cost-effective way of loft conversion provided there is enough height from floor joists to the bottom of the ridge beam.
It is the cheapest type of loft conversion because the structure of your loft roofline is not altered during the conversion. While it has its benefits, there is a shortcoming; it doesn’t maximize your loft space.
During this type of loft conversion, Velux windows are added to allow natural light to come in, which is very important for smaller spaces like this type of loft. The costs are also low for this conversion because eloft generally don’t require planning permission for this conversion.
Skylight or Velux conversion can be carried out on as little as £30,000.
You can also convert your loft with an extra en suite bathroom. Depending upon the specifications of your house, it can cost between £35,000 to £45,000. Assuming that the bathroom will be small. Though it doesn’t mean you can’t make it beautiful. You can fit all the bathroom essentials in the smallest of places by being creative.
This type of loft conversion will between £27,000 to £50,000 depending upon various factors like your house’s location, size, and other specifications.
In terms of exterior looks, mansard loft conversions are the most aesthetically pleasing conversions, and that is perhaps why they are the most expensive of other loft conversions.
A mansard roof has a slope of at least 72 degrees. This steep angle allows for the maximization of the space available in your loft. For this type of loft conversion, you may need to get planning permission. The conversion will cost £45,000 and upwards depending upon the size and your requirements.
This type of loft conversion is perhaps one of the cheapest types of loft conversion you will get. It will cost as low as £25,000.
A three-bedroom semi loft conversion cost will vary depending on the location of your property. On average, this type of loft conversion will set you back in the range of £30,000 to £50,000, excluding the extra costs.
A 2-bed terraced loft conversion cost in the UK will be around £20,000 to £40,000 depending on the variety of parameters.
It is to be kept in mind that all the prices shown above will only cover the basic shell of your loft conversion. We will complete the framework, wiring, and windows, but you may still need to hire a decorator to complete the new space’s final look.
We are eloft conversion and this was our detailed guide on the most asked question, “How much does a loft conversion cost in London?”.
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