A loft conversion in Frinton-on-Sea is a fantastic opportunity to boost the value of your home without the need to relocate. Did you know that converting your loft in Frinton-on-Sea can add as much as 25% in value to the property, which ensures a profitable investment in the long run. In some suburbs of Frinton-on-Sea, where space is limited, loft conversions have become the preferred choice for families seeking to enhance their homes. Not only is it a more cost-effective alternative to moving, but it also provides the added benefit of expanding your living space.Request a Quote
Frinton-on-Sea was once listed as a conservation area in Essex. Frinton preserves the 1920s/30s vibe despite its status as an elite resort. The exquisite Esplanade and cliff-top greensward, with its colorful Victorian-style beach bungalows, are reached along tree-lined pathways. The sandy beach is peaceful and private.
Many Victorian-style beach cottages still line the seafront, harkening back to the days when Frinton-on-Sea was a favorite resort for the nobility and even Royalty. Frinton, which is approximately 15 miles from Colchester and near Harwich, is the ideal area for beachgoers and visitors to unwind and get away from the congestion.
Bespoke loft conversions in Frinton-on-Sea
We specialise in high-quality custom Loft Conversions across Frinton-on-Sea and around . We have built numerous bespoke loft conversions in Frinton-on-Sea which are fully tailored to the client's personal requirements and preferences. Our Loft Conversions in Frinton-on-Sea allow families to add habitable space to their homes without the need to move home.
Frinton-on-Sea Loft Conversions
We offer a range of Loft Conversion types in Frinton-on-Sea, which include, dormer, mansard, hip to gable, L-shaped and velux loft conversions. Our team of builders will transform your house, giving you more living space and thereby increasing the value of your property.
Our latest Loft Conversions in Frinton-on-Sea
Browse through our latest loft conversions and extensions in Frinton-on-Sea to get an idea of what our specialist Loft Conversion team can build for you.
Our step by step process for Loft Conversion in Frinton-on-Sea
We try to keep the Loft Conversion process as simple as possible from conception to completion, always keeping you informed and involved in every step. Our process includes an initial survey and design followed by architectural drawings and structural calculations. Thereafter, we will quote based on the drawings. Once happy with our quote, our architects apply for planning permission and commence your building work and finally the completion of your new loft conversion. Our team is ready to discuss any aspect of the project in more detail at all times.
Whether your family is growing, renting out a room in your property, or simply want a new study or office, a loft conversion is an ideal solution to maximise space in your house. This is a cost-effective alternative to moving and will increase the value of your property when you decide to sell in the future. No matter the project size, we will build you a loft that reflects your style and meets your lifestyle’s needs.
Conservation area properties and locations can have highly unique character traits and histories. Of course, this is all part of the appeal of living in such a location, but it may make ordinary tasks more complex, such as extending the house with a loft conversion.
Although it may be conceivable to convert your loft if you live in a conservation area, there will almost certainly be additional, rigorous laws in place, so you'll have a lot to think about if you want to attempt.
Article 4 Directions are special regulations that pertain to your conservation area and are generally in place to guarantee that plans for the property stay compatible with other properties in the region, especially maintaining consistency with an original design. As a result, the planning office will carefully examine the proposal in light of:
· Noise, parking, and roofline all have an impact.
· The preservation of nature
· Privacy / Viewing
· Overshadowing / light loss
In conservation zones specifically, influence on the roofline is a crucial problem and planners will always examine to see whether the planned loft conversion design would put the exterior view of the roof out of line or out of keeping with other houses in the area.
To safeguard areas from improper development, planning approval, or the consent of the local planning authority to carry out alterations to the fabric of the building, is in place. This is especially crucial in conservation zones, where any changes must be 'in keeping' with the overall look of the place. As a result, any renovations, upgrades, or even minor repairs to homes in conservation zones will require planning clearance. It is also in place to safeguard neighboring premises from concerns such as invasion of privacy or light theft.
If the property is in a conservation area, the planning office may grant authorization subject to specified planning requirements. Any restrictions imposed by planners must be followed, as alterations in a conservation area, including alterations to listed buildings, are a criminal offense that can result in significant fines, prosecution (including imprisonment), and the costly requirement to return the property to its original (pre-alteration) state.
It has been stated that the maximum value add-on of 20-25% would most likely be obtained only if you establish 'the perfect self-contained sleeping area' in your attic, i.e. a bedroom with an ensuite. And this will only work in areas with a scarcity of larger, family houses. If you currently reside in an area where huge, multi-bedroom homes are plentiful, a loft conversion is unlikely to increase the value of your property.
Be mindful of the unavoidable influence of a conversion on the quantity of storage available in the property.
You'll have to think about how you can incorporate more storage space into your house to compensate for the storage space you're losing. If you want to stay in your house for an extended period of time, a loft conversion may not be viable.
Having said that, loft conversions are seeing a revival, not least because homeowners are increasingly employing them as home offices. A home office, formerly considered a niche option, is now one of the most in-demand property amenities, with demand in London alone increasing from 8% to 27% by 2020. Although turning your loft into a home office will not add as much value as an ensuite bedroom - 10% vs. 20% - it will also be at the lower end of the normal loft conversion cost, making it well worth the investment.
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The minimum height required for a Loft Conversion is 2.2m (from the floor to the highest point in your loft). If you do not have the required height, your ceilings can be lowered on your first floor.
This depends on the size and type of Loft, most loft conversions take around 10-12 weeks. We can give you a more accurate estimation when we see your property.
Loft Conversion cost is determined by the size and type of the project, the features you would like, etc. Our architect will help you achieve the best use of your space within your budget. Most Lofts cost between £25,000 and £60,000.
No - it's safe to carry on living in your house. Our team starts from the scaffolding before the stairs go in. We always try to limit the disruption during the construction process.
Loft Conversions usually fall under the permitted development category therefore planning permission is not normally required. There are some exceptions like conservation areas, flats, or listed buildings. Our in-house surveyors can advise further on planning permission. For more info read our Planning Permission blog.
A party wall agreement is also known as PWA is required if you own semi-detached or terraced property. In simple words, if you are working within or near your neighbor’s boundary then you will need a party wall agreement in place. Click here for more info.
Yes - it will add from 15% to 25% upwards depending on the size, design, and type of Loft. Read more about adding value here.
Yes, all Loft conversions require building regulation approval from the local authority. These regulations are important to ensure the safety measures are in place and they set a protocol of construction and design to follow.
Absolutely yes, we will work with you to achieve your dream new living space.