Part Loft Conversions
An overview of our part loft conversion service
This page is an introduction to the work we carry out when undertaking a part loft conversion. This a service we offer to prospective clients who feel they are competent to complete their conversion either by doing the work themselves or by employing the finishing trades, i.e., plasterer, electrician, finishing joiner. On these projects, we are not requested to finish the conversion by the client and projects we always complete all structural work to the highest standards, and with post-structural modifications in mind, this ensures a smooth handover to other parties involved in the finishing of the conversion.
Our services are flexible, and we always strive to accommodate specific customer requirements when carrying out a structural only conversion. Furthermore, we’re always happy to share details of the products we use and other information that could help our part loft conversion clients to complete their projects.
What’s included in our part loft conversion service
All pre structural checks.
Detailed Plans for the building and loft conversion.
All structural calculations to satisfy the building control.
All liaisons with building control and the planning dept.
All structural works.
Installation of the required steel beams and pad stones.
The completion of the suspended floor.
All structural walls.
The restructuring of the roof to cope with the added weight.
We will complete all outside work including any roof ventilation that will be required.
Also included in the structural conversion is the fitting of the stairs and all of the windows.
Prices start at
£11,500.00 plus Vat for a structural Velux conversion.
Based on a conversion that would cost £26,000.00 plus vat if completed by us.
£18,250 + vat for a structural Dormer conversion.
Based on a conversion that would cost 30,000.00, plus vat if completed by us.
We will also supply you with a building specification booklet which will help you to complete the conversion to the building regulations.
With a part conversion, you will need to fit insulation, plasterboards, complete the plastering, the electrics, and plumbing, second fix joinery including doors and skirting boards.
This option is not suited to everyone, but there are savings of several thousands of pounds if you complete or subcontract the finishing of the conversion yourselves and there is something satisfying about being in complete control of your own project.
The final building regulations certificate cannot be issued until the loft conversion is completed in its entirety. However, we will organise an inspection upon completion of structural works.
All work completed by us will be to building regulations and in adherence to all planning requirements.
Customers completing part loft conversions should make themselves aware of the building regulations covering domestic electrical installations (Part P). This amendment requires that all electrical work should be carried out by a registered electrician and requires that a certificate be issued to satisfy building regulations. Failure to comply with this will prevent building regulations approval.
To overcome this you can use our electricians if necessary who are qualified to issue the correct certification.
Each conversion would be priced competitively, and you are not under any obligation to use our electricians.
For structural only conversions, there is payment request of £1200.00 once the plans and calculations are complete and then one final payment when the structural works are complete, and all works stated in a pre-agreed contract had been passed by building control.
If you would like to have more information regarding our a part loft conversion service. Contact Jon at Roof Rooms either by phone or fill out your details on the contact page, to book a mutually convenient time and date.
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