Dormer Loft Conversions

Make of most of your London home
with a Dormer Loft Conversion
providing more head room +

Dormer Loft Conversions

Dormer Loft Conversions – Maximise Your Space

Normally built at the rear of a property, but sometimes at the sides or front (with planning permission required), a dormer loft conversion delivers substantial improvements to the floor and headroom in your loft. A dormer transforms a dull, non functioning space into something special. Whether you’re looking for a new family room, an office, gym or games room, a dormer could be the perfect option for you.

What Does a Dormer Look Like?

A dormer extends and protrudes from an existing roof slope and can be built in a variety of styles, designs and dimensions. They’re ideal for properties with reduced loft space and can add considerable monetary value to your property.
Dormer Loft Conversion
Think: horizontal ceilings, vertical walls – a brand new, usable space in your home.
Most dormer loft conversions are flat roof but you may wish to consider other styles such as a hip roof conversion (ideal for detached or semi detached homes), gable fronted (sometimes known as a dog-house dormer) or a shed dormer.

Velux or Dormer?

Your choice.

A dormer eliminates the need for Velux type windows entirely and often adds more open space and headroom with plenty of natural light. A Velux conversion will be more affordable but you will need to live with the sloping ceilings and perhaps your space is at a premium.
A dormer loft conversion involves the roof and floor being opened up or even raised to give a terraced appearance – lots more usable space! Contact us to discuss your options.

Dormer Window Options

Dormer including Velux

External view of Dormer window with additional Velux window added to roofline

Dormer Window with Velux added

Dormer Window with Velux added to top