Hip to Gable Loft Conversions Manchester
What is a Hip to Gable Loft Conversion?
The vast majority of properties have a roof that slopes on all sides and meet in the middle of the roof (hipped). This generally means the volume of the loft is quite small and generally unusable. A Hip to Gable loft conversion adds an extension a slope side of your roof to make it vertical (gable), adding useable height, space and volume to the loft. This is a type of loft conversion most common in semi-detached houses. If you have a detached house with two hipped sides, it is possible to do a double Hip to Gable loft conversion, adding additional useable space.
Main appeal versus other types of Conversions
“Squaring” off the corners of your loft is a relatively inexpensive way of creating a useable and versatile space for your home.
Our clients generally use the space as an office or an extra lounge. The space will be very versatile and can have many more functional uses.
Any major planning issues to consider?
Generally you will not need to get planning permission for a Hip to Gable loft conversion, however, we have come across instances where planning permission is required as previous work has been completed on the property. These are details we will cover with our initial inspection.
At Manchester loft conversions, we are committed to be with you every step of the way on your journey in getting your loft conversion. So give us a call on 0161 410 0593 and we can arrange for our architectural surveyors to inspect your premises and see whether a Hip to Gable loft conversion is right for you!
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Manchester Loft Conversions provide the most complete, yet affordable services for Manchester and surrounding areas.
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