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Loft Conversions

We are an independent company specialising solely in loft conversions throughout South East London.

Creative Spaces

We at Creative Spaces specialize in loft conversions and all our craftsman are fully qualified and insured. We are members of check-a-trade and the federation of master builders.

We have experience in over 100 loft conversions and specialise in hip-to-gable, Mansard, L-Shaped and rear box loft conversions in South East London.

 

Why Choose Creative Spaces?

 

Most other loft conversion companies in London will sub-contract the work through to smaller companies like us. So by coming direct to creative spaces you will be potentially saving thousands on your conversion.

 

Because we don’t sub-contract any work we take full responsibility for the project, overseeing its completion at every stage and ensuring we employ only the very best craftsman.

 

Creative Spaces will be with you throughout the project ensuring that your requirements are dealt with to the letter and that you are kept informed throughout the project.

 

We are Loft Conversion specialists. Unlike many companies we specialise on only loft conversions and our experience shows in every project we undertake.

 

We may be a new company but we have experience in over 100 loft conversions and all our work is covered with a 10 year warranty.

 

LOFT CONVERSIONS

AND ROOF TYPES

 

Gable Loft Conversions Image

A GABLE ROOF

Flat edge at the side of the property

A GABLE ROOF

 

Most roofs are either hipped roofs or gable roofs. Gable roofs have a flat edge at the side of the property as in the diagram below. This type of roof generally gives you more room than a hipped roof but you may wish to gain even more space with a rear box extension.

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Hip Dormer Loft Conversions image

A HIPPED ROOF

Angled from the sides of the property

A HIPPED ROOF

 

Hipped roofs are angled from the sides of the property to the top of the roof as in the diagram below. These roofs can be modified into a gable roof (see hip to gable conversions) to give you more loft space, however you may wish to keep the shape of the roof and build out with a rear box conversion.

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Hip To Gable Loft Conversions Image

HIP TO GABLE LOFT COVERSION

Alternative to a rear box loft conversion.

HIP TO GABLE LOFT COVERSION

 

An alternative to a rear box loft conversion, a hip-to-gable is where the existing roof is extended to meet the gable end and the gable wall is then built up to meet the new roofline. The new gable is usually built up in brick, or rendered, to match the existing gable wall.

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L-Shaped Loft Conversions Image

L SHAPED LOFT CONVERSION

Perfect for certain Victorian properties

L SHAPED LOFT CONVERSION

 

These are only suitable on certain buildings such as Victorian or edwardian properties with an addition to the rear. The L-Shape Dormer provides a signifcant amount of additional space that compiments the original structure of the property.

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MANSARD LOFT CONVERSIONS

Also known as French roof design

MANSARD LOFT CONVERSIONS

 

This style of roof or curb roof includes a four-sided hip roof style with two distinct slopes. Mansard roofing structures are still an ancient construction, but these roofs and their construction details are ideal for getting more space out of your home.

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Rear Box Loft Conversions Image

REAR BOX LOFT CONVERSION

create additional floor space and headroom

REAR BOX LOFT CONVERSION

 

Usually constructed to the rear of a property, a rear box loft conversion will provide you with additional floor space and headroom. Typically, this incorporates a master bedroom with a bathroom/en-suite but the layout will be designed to suit your particular needs.

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Gable Loft Conversion Image

A GABLE ROOF

Flat edge at the side of the property

+More Info

Most roofs are either hipped roofs or gable roofs. Gable roofs have a flat edge at the side of the property as in the diagram below. This type of roof generally gives you more room than a hipped roof but you may wish to gain even more space with a rear box extension.

Gable Loft Conversion Image2

Hip Loft Conversion Image

A HIPPED ROOF

Angled from the sides of the property

+More Info

Hipped roofs are angled from the sides of the property to the top of the roof as in the diagram below. These roofs can be modified into a gable roof (see hip to gable conversions) to give you more loft space, however you may wish to keep the shape of the roof and build out with a rear box conversion.

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Hip to Gable Loft Conversion Image

HIP TO GABLE LOFT COVERSION

Combination of a hip-end dormer and a rear dormer.

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An alternative to a rear box loft conversion, a hip-to-gable is where the existing roof is extended to meet the gable end and the gable wall is then built up to meet the new roofline. The new gable is usually built up in brick, or rendered, to match the existing gable wall.

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L-Shaped Loft Conversion Image

L SHAPED LOFT CONVERSION

Perfect for certain Victorian properties

+More Info

These are only suitable on certain buildings such as Victorian or edwardian properties with an addition to the rear. The L-Shape Dormer provides a signifcant amount of additional space that compiments the original structure of the property.

L-Shaped Loft Conversion Image2

Mansard Loft Conversion Image

MANSARD ROOF LOFT CONVERSIONS

Also known as French roof design

+More Info

Mansard roofs are otherwise known as French roof designs. This style of roof or curb roof includes a four-sided hip roof style with two distinct slopes. Installing this style of roof can be an excellent idea for efficiency as well as the future of a renovation. Mansard roofing structures are still an ancient construction, but these roofs and their construction details are ideal for getting more space out of your home.

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Rear Box loft conversion

REAR BOX LOFT CONVERSION

Create additional floor space and headroom

+More Info

Usually constructed to the rear of a property, a rear box loft conversion will provide you with additional floor space and headroom. Typically, this incorporates a master bedroom with a bathroom/en-suite but the layout will be designed to suit your particular needs.

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Coverage South East London
Phone Number (02036) 598 980
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