This type of loft conversion is typically constructed at the rear of your property, has a flat roof and a back wall that slopes inwards at 72 degrees. As mansard loft conversions involve significant change to a property’s structure, they can be more expensive than other conversions, and involve more construction work.

  • Particularly common in urban areas and terraced housing
  • Windows typically housed in dormers
  • Often require planning permission

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