A loft conversion can not only increase the living space of a home in order to accommodate more individuals, but will also raise the value of a property with up to 20%, depending on how the extra space is being used. The newly created room can be used as an additional bedroom, as an office, or even as a storage room.

Sevenoaks has seen a popularity surge in terms of home redesign services, up to the point where 5 out of 10 homeowners choose to have some kind of home conversion done.

Sevenoaks loft conversions are both cheap, and extremely useful. The extra space can be used in a variety of ways and can mean the difference between having to move to a new house in order to accommodate a new family member or not.

Types of loft conversions and their requirements:

  • Dormer loft conversions: These involve constructing an additional wall, but do not require any kind of planning permission.
  • Hip-to-gable: This modification changes the shape of the roof, extending the space of the loft. Planning permission is required, however there are areas where this does not apply;
  • Mansard: Probably the most common loft modification, the mansard can create a lot of additional space in terms of both width and height. This type of loft conversion does require a planning permit, as it is viewed as a major modification;

Some of these modifications are more valuable than others in terms of property value. However, regardless of which one you pick, it will raise the price of the house enough to make it a practical investment.