What is it?

A mansard loft conversion is a more traditional extension of your home. Mansard lofts have a flat roof and are usually situated in the back of your house. It has a back sloping roof that normally has windows installed. However, a mansard has the ability to offer a wide range of alternatives for your loft design.

Mansard lofts are the most versatile loft conversion available and are suitable for most properties, including bungalows. They free up much larger spaces for your home than a lot of other types of loft conversions. The idea is that you can expand any room you would like. That could be a large bathroom that allows room for an en-suite bathroom that you’ve always wanted. Or even a bigger area for your family to relax in.

Whatever room you’re dreaming about, a mansard loft conversion will give you enough room to achieve it.

Why choose it?

There are a lot of positives that will help you choose a mansard loft conversion. To surmise;

Suitable for various properties. This includes terraced houses, semi-detached, detached and bungalows.

Creates maximum space in your roof. The loft design utilises your space as much as it is possible, so you don’t have to compromise.

Can be finished in many different ways to suit your property. If you would like a bare brick wall, that is also possible.

Something to think about: With a mansard loft conversion, planning permission is almost always required.

What’s the cost?

The price range for a mansard loft conversion can range between £40,000 and £80,000. The average cost is on average around £46,000 including VAT.

Depending on how big your home is, or how large you’re willing to expand the price for your loft conversion will change.

To talk more in depth about your loft conversion plans or to ask for advice from an expert team, contact SrayMax construction.

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