Simple Attic Conversions

Attic Conversion finished

One of our simplest attic conversions. Is a bedroom conversion. This type of renovation rarely needs planning permission and Velux windows let in plenty of light. Putting Velux windows at the rear of the property means no planning is needed.

Our Attics, converted into a single bedroom usually take about two weeks to completion. We also can offer conversions with en-suites and dormer roof extensions. But these will require planning permission. Which takes some time.

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If you are looking for a balcony effect on your conversion, then why not opt for the Velux Cabrio window? It opens up to create a balcony letting in further light and on hot rare summer days.


Dormer Attic Conversions

Attic Conversion finished

Depending on the type of house, dormer Attic conversions, also known as dormer extensions, can be constructed at the rear, side and front of the roof slope of the property. It is a popular type of alteration.

That will maximise the floor space and create excellent floor to ceiling height, and will also allow a significant amount of natural light , as we get to fit a full size window. This style allows for more gains in space.

It changes the appearance of the exterior of your home by projecting vertically from the sloping roof. There are several different types of Dormer attic conversions you'll see all over Dublin North ,Dublin South, although flat roof Dormers are common. On semi-detached properties a side dormer is often used to accommodate the stairs. Our qualified carpentry team will talk through all the options available to you, and the one you choose will depend on your personal taste, budget and the style of your property.

This type of extension is suitable for a range of uses including the creation of an extra bedroom (or bedrooms) with an en-suite bathroom and if your property is large enough an attic space can be used to create a small apartment for either family use or for guests.

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