This type of loft conversion involves constructing a vertical wall from the bottom of the sloping roof. A flat roof is then built to meet the vertical wall, in order to give maximum headroom in the loft extension.
- Most common type of loft conversion
- Can also be gable fronted or hipped roofed
- Planning permission often not needed
To find out more about dormer loft conversions, including pros, cons, a volume calculator and planning permission requirements, please contact us.