Rear Dormers are one of our most popular types of conversions, adding valuable space to a once unused area in your home.
This type of loft conversion is built as an extension to the existing rear of your roof via a Dormer. The addition of a Dormer adds square meterage and in addition further floor space and head height. In a majority of cases, rear dormers do not require planning permission and can be undertaken under Permitted Development, unlike other loft types.
Benefits of Rear Dormer Conversion
Perfection from start to finish
This loft type retains a sloped roof at the front where Velux windows are inserted in to the roof to help brighten a once darkened space. For those looking to add a luxurious touch to their home, French Doors with a Juliette balcony can also be chosen, adding extra light and air flow; becoming a focal point of the room. During our pre build stage, our specialists will work with you to ensure your conversion of your existing roof space is as seamless and in keeping with your existing property as possible.
Meanwhile the height added to the celling makes the space more versatile to any of your desired uses, from creating a luxurious Master Bedroom and en-suite or an office space for your partner to work from home – the possibilities are endless.
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5 star service from start to finish.
Take a look at one of our recent rear dormer loft conversion projects for Mr & Mrs Rice as we transformed their family attic into what felt ‘just like a 5-star hotel room’