Lofts and properties
If you own your own property and are looking to increase the future value of your home, a loft conversion is a good place to start. Loft conversions are common place now, as planning permission is easier to obtain as there is less chance of your neighbours complaining about it, as some do if you are adding an extension to your property. If you were thinking of a two story extension to your home, there is a strong possibility of this new structure blocking light from entering your neighbour’s gardens. But if you own properties loft conversions are a good idea.
Loft conversions generally start at around the twenty five thousand pound mark, sterling. This may seem a lot, but you are adding an extra bedroom, and sometimes there will be room for an en-suit bathroom too. And as an added bonus, you will be able to see some amazing views that were not available previously. And also many future buyers will like the status symbol of having a loft conversion, and also a having one more bedroom than most other people in the same street.
One downside to a loft conversion though is losing the loft space, which is a good place for hiding away bits and pieces we don’t want cluttering up the house all year. Items like, for example Christmas decorations and suit cases. These are seldom used throughout the year. But garages are now commonly used for such things, and not to house our cars, as they were originally intended.
Many people enjoy having a loft conversion, as it is usually used as a master bedroom with en-suit, which can act as a tranquil escape from the noise and disruption we all know our children can bring. And you will never have to queue to get in the bathroom in the morning. Also, what could be better than waking up with the one you love in the morning, with the sun shinning threw your new velux roof windows, then opening them up and catching a beautiful fresh, crisp morning breeze. A loft conversion could change the way you live.