Loft Conversions in Sussex
Sussex Standard is a leading builder of loft conversions in Brighton and the surrounding Sussex area, specialising in 100% bespoke home improvement projects. Our surprisingly affordable projects are completed quickly and professionally, based on designs drawn up to meet your specific needs.
It’s your dream Brighton loft conversion with a minimum of fuss and a maximum of satisfaction.
Why should I choose Sussex Standard to complete my loft conversion?
• 100% bespoke designs and planning, tailored to your every need.
• Specialist modifications, like juliet balconies, windows and skylights
• Fixed prices and fixed deadlines
• Full project management, from a dedicated project manager
• 10 Year Warranty, because we’re proud and confident of our quality
Call us today on 01273 930099 or fill out an online enquiry form, and our friendly advisors will arrange a free, no obligation site survey of your home.
Here at Sussex Standard, we are carrying out Brighton loft conversions and turning them into beautiful spaces. Some clients require more space for a growing family, but are unable afford to move house. Others are looking for that one space in the house to truly call their own. Whatever you’re looking for in your Brighton loft conversion, look no further than Sussex Standard. Our aim is to remove as much hassle and stress as possible from a Sussex loft conversion in Brighton. We can take care of all architectural drawings, planning permission, structural calculations and construction as well as providing you with a dedicated Project Manager.
We specialise in making every loft or attic conversion as simple and stress free as possible. Thinking about selling up and moving house? If you are contemplating a Loft conversion to your property, it can add as much as 25% in value. That means you’re likely to make money from your loft conversion in the long run. Loft conversions in Brighton are amongst the most popular home improvements available. They’re less expensive than moving house entirely, but still allow you to increase your living space.
Types of Loft Conversions
The Sussex Standard team understands that no two loft conversions in Brighton are truly the same; not only because of the diverse selection of property but also because of the wonderful variety of people, of tastes and of lifestyles. We work hard to tailor every home improvement project to the needs of the client and include everything they might need.
It might include the newest bathroom suites and wet rooms available, or stunning design features to maximise natural light, like skylights, Juliet balconies and much more. We can also install staircases, built-in storage and furniture; even lighting and electrical, it’s all part of our service.
Loft conversions are an efficient way to maximize the space in your current home, without causing too much disruption due to prolonged construction.
There are, generally speaking, three main types of loft conversions (excluding simple Velux conversions) commonly found in homes across the UK, each slightly different, but all aiming to give you and your family extra living space.
Although there are many types of loft conversions, the three most common are dormer, hip to gable and mansard loft conversions.
This type of loft conversion involves constructing a vertical wall from the bottom of the sloping roof. A flat roof is then built to meet the vertical wall, in order to give maximum headroom in the loft extension.
- Most common type of loft conversion
- Can also be gable fronted or hipped roofed
- Planning permission often not needed
Hip to gable
Hip to gable loft conversions aim to increase the relatively small existing space of properties with hipped roofs. The sloping, or ‘hipped’ side of a roof is changed to a flat gable end.
- Planning permission may be needed
- Extra space can be used for a variety of purposes, including offices or extra living space
- Suitable for detached, semi-detached, chalet and bungalow properties
This type of loft conversion is typically constructed at the rear of your property, has a flat roof and a back wall that slopes inwards at 72 degrees. As mansard loft conversions involve significant change to a property’s structure, they can be more expensive than other conversions, and involve more construction work.
- Particularly common in urban areas and terraced housing
- Windows typically housed in dormers
- Often require planning permission
Get in touch today and start your Sussex Loft Conversion
Get in touch today for a free site survey and get the ball rolling on your very own tailor made loft conversion.
If you think Sussex Standard could help you to transform your loft space into something truly special or would like more information on the planning process then why not get in touch with us today? Call us on 01273 930099, or fill out an online enquiry form to arrange a free no obligation site survey of your home. We will provide you with an affordable estimate for the work you need and once you’re happy with it the work can begin. It really is that simple.