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Loft conversions are a fantastic way to add value to your home. Not only will you be able to increase the value of your property by between 10-20%, but loft conversions in North London can also provide you and your family with additional living space or maybe even office space.

Typically our North London customers have mainly requested master bedroom loft conversions but due to the recent changes and more people working from home, office loft conversions are also becoming increasingly popular.

We are a specialist loft conversion company we’ll work side by side with you to make sure that your loft conversion project goes off without a hitch.
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Our Epping Loft Conversion Specialists can assist you with:

You will have one point of contact throughout the whole loft conversion project and we take pride in our project management and fantastic customer service.

  • The planning process (if required)
  • Architectural drawings
  • Structural calculations
  • Design
  • Building Control
  • Construction phase
  • Building Works Certificate

Types of North London Loft Conversions

In North London, there are five primary attic conversion styles that are commonly employed to add space. The type of loft conversion you choose should be determined by your current roof structure, as well as how much money you want to spend and when necessary, planning limitations.

Arrange a site visit and we will be able to advise what your options are.

Full rear dormer loft extension

Full Rear Dormer

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A full rear dormer loft conversion is a great way to add additional room and create a spacious, versatile space for your North London home. By projecting out vertically from the sloping section of the roof, this style uses standard windows to let in natural light and fresh air.

With its box-like structure, this loft style is perfect for anyone looking for a practical and stylish space that’s easy to use.
Most importantly, it is suitable for most North London house styles.

Pitched Roof Dormer

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The majority of hip-to-gable loft conversions are done on semi-detached houses with an existing hipped roof. The hip is extended vertically from the ridgeline to create a gable, and a rear dormer is built to the rear of the home. A pitched roof dormer conversion lends itself to large footprints or high-pitched roofs. It is sometimes a requirement instead of a full rear dormer, especially if you reside in a conservation area.

In addition, it makes an attractive feature. You can add various pitched roof dormers depending on your property.

Pitched roof dormer loft extension
L-shaped dormer loft conversion

L-Shaped Dormer

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L-Shaped loft extensions entail the construction of two dormers that connect together. The L-shaped form is generally attributed to one dormer being constructed on the rear outrigger roof and the other on the main roof, giving it an immediately recognizable L shape

The L-shaped dormer’s shape limits its usage to specific sorts of property, such as Edwardian or Victorian houses with an existing outrigger at the rear.

Roof Light (Velux)

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A roof light loft conversion, often referred to as VELUX loft conversions since the window brand is so associated with roof windows, are turning a roof area into a loft. Other types of loft conversions involve altering the structural framework of a roof; whereas a roof light Loft Conversion attempts to make use of what exists rather than replacing it.

The cost of Velux loft conversions is also likely to be kept low since there will be no huge changes to the roof, which is another reason they are becoming more popular.

Velux loft conversion
Hip to gable loft conversion


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The majority of hip-to-gable loft conversions are done on semi-detached houses with an existing hipped roof. The hip is extended vertically from the ridgeline to create a gable, and a rear dormer is built to the rear of the home.

The biggest advantage of a hip-to-gable loft conversion is that it significantly increases the floor space and headroom in your house. This may provide you with an extra bedroom and en suite bathroom, making your home considerably larger.


Loft Conversion North London

The term “Mansard” is derived from the French architect Francois Mansart (1603–1666). A mansard loft conversion is made of similar external form to the rear dormer, with a flat roof and a sloping face. The Mansard’s face is sloped by 70 degrees. Bricks are commonly used to build the sides of a Mansard, although they may also be tiled.

In comparison to a Dormer loft conversion, a Mansard has slightly reduced head height and floor area due to the face’s 70-degree slope.

mansard loft conversion

Our Building Process

1. Planning

We start by understanding how you picture the finished product.
We develop a plan that meets your vision and when you are happy with it, we start building.

2. Build

We start the project on time and with a plan in which everyone understands their responsibilities. We want to cause as little disruption to your life as possible.

3. Enjoy

This stage is up to you. Have people over to showcase your home, or just get on with life enjoying your new space.

Some of our North London projects

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Frequently asked questions

A loft conversion can add a significant amount of value to your North London home. In fact, according to research from the Nationwide Building Society, a loft conversion can increase the value of your home by up to 20%. This makes loft conversions one of the most cost-effective home improvement projects you can undertake.

You may use this free program to estimate the worth of your loft conversion based on your property sizes and location. Finally, you can make an initial approximation of the value that the conversion will provide to your home.

A loft conversion in North London costs on average between £25,000 – £50,000. The cost of a loft conversion can vary depending on a number of factors, including the size and type of conversion, the materials used, and the level of finish you want.

A typical loft conversion takes around 4 to 8 weeks to complete, depending on the size of the project.

We will provide you with a timeline as part of your free no-obligation quote.

Some people choose to use an architect for their loft conversion, while others do not. It re

When designing your loft conversion, there are a few things to keep in mind:

  • The height of the ceilings: Most lofts have high ceilings, which can provide plenty of space for a master bedroom, office or en suite bathroom. However, if the ceiling is too low, it may not be possible to stand up in the loft space.
  • The layout of the loft: You will need to consider how you want to layout the loft space. For example, if you’re planning on adding a bathroom, you will need to make sure there is enough plumbing in place.
  • Windows and insulation: loft conversions require proper insulation and ventilation, so make sure to factor this into your design. You may also want to include windows to allow natural light in.

Yes, In most cases your loft conversion will be covered by Permitted Development (PD) which means you will not need planning permison.

As long as they follow certain rules and regulations you will not need planning permission to build loft conversions North London.

  • For terraced homes, the new loft area will not be larger than 40 cubic meters and for detached and semi-detached dwellings, it will not exceed 50 cubic meters.
  • The loft conversion does not extend beyond the roof slope of the existing house’s front elevation (the principal elevation).
  • The loft conversion does not extend above the existing roof of the building.
  • There are no verandas, balconies, or raised platforms in the loft conversion.
  • The loft conversion is completed using materials that are similar to those used in the rest of the house.
  • Side-facing windows must be covered with opaque glass (to prevent people from seeing in and out).
  • All side-facing windows must be at least 1.7m above ground level.
  • Your property is not within one of the designated regions, such as national parks, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), conservation areas, or World Heritage Sites.
  • The expansion of a building’s roof, with the exception of hip-to-gable extensions, must be set back at least 20cm from the original eaves.
  • Roof extension must not extend beyond the outer wall of the original structure.

A loft conversion can add a significant amount of value to your home, increase the amount of living space in your house, and provide a more comfortable environment for you and your family. In addition, loft conversions are one of the most cost-effective home improvement projects you can undertake.

  • More living space: A loft conversion can add a significant amount of space to your home, which can be used for a bedroom, office, or en suite.
  • Added value: A loft conversion can add thousands of pounds to the value of your home.
  • Improved comfort: A well-converted loft can be a comfortable and spacious living space.
  • Cost-effective: Loft conversions are one of the most cost-effective home improvement projects you can undertake.

Yes, many people use their loft as an office. A loft conversion can provide you with a lot of extra space to work in, and it can be a great place to get away from the distractions of the home.

If you work from home, a loft conversion can be a great way to create a dedicated office space. You will also need to ensure that there are enough power outlets and internet access in the loft.

If you are planning on using your loft as an office, you should discuss your plans when we come for the site visit to ensure that the space meets all of your needs.

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Why hire Lleshi Construction Ltd for your loft conversions?

At Lleshi Construction, we manage all aspects of your loft conversion project. From planning to completion.

We have been creating London loft conversions since 2003 and have worked closely with hundreds of clients to create an additional living space for their families to enjoy.

Our company only hires experienced builders who have completed many loft conversions, house extensions and house refurbishments.

Lleshi Construction Ltd provides a free quotation service without any obligation or commitment so if you’d like a no-obligation quote please contact Ben today on 07834069274 or contact us here.
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