Hip to gable rear dormer loft conversions are popular among detached and semi-detached properties, helping to transform once usable floor space by extending the roof upwards.
This is a common loft conversion type used to maximise floor space and head height, offering a solution to the limited space caused by hip roof. During the construction process, your hip roof with downwards sloping side will be converted into vertical gable wall and Rear Dormer is formed to the rear of the property.
Benefits of Hip to Gable Rear Dormer Conversion
Transform your hip roof into usable space
The primary advantage of a hip-to-gable conversion is the added head space, allowing for more opportunities to utilise the floor space available. From adding floor to ceiling storage and a remote office space to creating a relaxing guest suite for your friends to stay – the options are limitless. This loft type is known to be a much more cost-effective option than extending outwards due to the lack of additional foundations needed while still adding considerable value to your home.
Our specialist loft teams will seamlessly integrate your new vertical gable wall with the existing roofing, giving your conversion a more natural finish.
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Build a luxury space
Take a look at this beautiful Hip to Gable Rear Dormer, we completed for a lovely couple in Surrey. The build was finished with bespoke wall panelling, custom wardrobes, and a spectacular en-suite.