As heat naturally rises, the loft tends to be the hottest room in the house, particularly during the warm summer months. However, there are several practical ways you can keep your loft conversion cool this summer.
A loft conversion can be a great way to expand the space in your home, without requiring you to move somewhere entirely different. It can also increase the value of your home by up to 20%, making it a worthwhile investment in the long run. A loft conversion is also much less disruptive than any other major extension work in an existing living space.
Whilst our teams are dedicated to making your loft conversion perfect, there are a few things that need to be considered before you take the plunge into making your loft into an extra bedroom.
Sometimes moving home isn’t always the answer. If you’re desperately searching for more space in your home, a loft conversion could offer the ideal solution.
When that freezing winter weather starts to creep in, your loft conversion is usually the first room to feel the chill. Given that the whole idea of loft conversions is to turn dead space into a useable area that you can use to relax, sleep, or work, it’s essential to keep your loft warm in the winter to keep it habitable.