Loft Conversions Newtownabbey

Newtownabbey Loft Conversions (BT36): If you need another room or two, to accommodate your growing family in Newtownabbey, is moving house really your only solution? Give some thought to the expense, the stress, and the aggravation involved in the process of moving house. With a loft conversion however, it's possible to achieve that extra space and continue living in the home you love. Should you ever choose to move, you can expect that the market value of your home will have gone up by perhaps as much as 20% to 30%. It is no great surprise that the modern choice is get a loft conversion.

Prices for Loft Conversions in Newtownabbey

With regards to working out the costs for having a loft conversion done in Newtownabbey, there are 3 or 4 things to consider. Certain matters which will affect the ultimate cost of your loft conversion are, the sort of loft conversion you are having done, the type and amount of windows to be used, the planned use of the space created and the dimensions and layout of your house. As you'll need to get a selection of quotes, watch out for conversion contractors in Newtownabbey who offer a free quotation service. Currently (2019) the typical cost for doing a loft conversion in Newtownabbey, should be around £30,000 to £40,000, depending on the above mentioned issues.

Loft Conversions Newtownabbey

When you are thinking of getting a loft conversion on your home, you'll doubtless have already got a good idea of exactly what you're planning to use that added living space for. It might be that you like the idea of a den where your children can enjoy their own quality space, maybe you want to create an office where you'll be able to work in a calm and peaceful environment, or perhaps you're in need of another bedroom to accommodate your growing family. Whatever applies to you, a loft conversion is an ideal solution to gain that extra living space.

You will want to do some research as to how much value a loft conversion is likely to add to your property in Newtownabbey. All areas of Newtownabbey will most likely have a ceiling price on homes like yours. Your home could be difficult to sell down the road if you take it above this price. This may mean that in doing a loft conversion, you are not getting good value for your money. You should bear this in mind, even if you currently have no plans to sell.

While normally it is not necessary to get planning permission for a loft conversion in Newtownabbey, there can be exceptions. To find out if any of these exceptions apply to you, contact your local planning office before pressing on. Any Newtownabbey loft conversion company worth their salt will be more than willing to help you sort this out. You'll also have to get building regulations approval, which is covered by a different department to planning permission. Your local building control office is the place to get facts about building regulations.

Loft Conversion Newtownabbey

Types of Loft Conversion: The main kinds of loft conversion that you'll encounter in Newtownabbey are: roof light conversions, roof lift loft conversions, mansard loft conversions, hip-to-gable loft conversions, dormer loft conversions, velux loft conversions and loft pods.

Locating a reputable company renowned for doing loft conversions in the Newtownabbey area, should be your top priority if you opt to go down this route. If you know of an acquaintance who has recently done a loft conversion, ask if they might recommend a company. An online company called Bark will help you get a few free quotes, or try others like Checkatrade and Rated People. This should give you several Newtownabbey loft conversion companies to pick from.

Roof Light Conversions Newtownabbey

With "roof light conversions" there isn't any need to alter the slope and shape of your roof, making it far and away the least costly and disruptive form of conversion. This kind of conversion entails just building an access staircase, installing an adequate floor, and putting in skylights. This style of conversion can only be carried out when you've already got adequate roof space.

Recent Northern Ireland loft conversion posts: Boyd Salmons in Springvale needs someone to do a garage conversion, Nana Edwin from Crossgar, Northern Ireland needs to find somebody to supply a quotation for a loft conversion in her property, Mr Tomas Moultrie from Armagh wants somebody to do a conversion on his garage, Aled Sappleton from Dundonald wants somebody to give an estimate for a conversion in his detached house just outside Dundonald, Miss Delia Rose in Moneymore, Northern Ireland wants to find somebody to convert her garage, Crystal Greaves was enquiring about a loft conversion specialist or builder in Strathfoyle, Northern Ireland to provide a price for a loft conversion, Oakley Barrowclough and Nishka Wallman in Limavady, Northern Ireland need somebody to renew the insulation and board out their attic, Mr McHatton needed a loft conversion expert to give a price for a conversion in Irvinestown, Northern Ireland.

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Browsing online for "loft conversions Newtownabbey" returned these results: HM Building Services BT36 7LS, JMA Builders BT36 7FG, B.S Plastering & Construction BT36 4QS.

Some Newtownabbey addresses serviced by Newtownabbey loft conversion specialists: The Brackens, Glenkyle Grove, Sandyknowes Avenue, St. Annes Crescent, Queens Avenue, Glenville Way, Rural Gardens, Spinnaker Court, Chestnut Hill, Sequoia Heights, Aylesbury Place, Sycamore Close, Boghill Road, Brackens Court, Mount Pleasant Drive, O'Neill Road, Manse Terrace, Lakeview Way, Catherine Court, Church Crescent, Craiglands Drive, Loughshore Courtyard, Collinbridge Gardens, Carntall View, Movilla Park, Hollybank Park, Village Court, Rosstulla Drive, Abbeyhill Way, Carn Gardens.

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