Loft Conversion Types

Velux Loft Conversion type

Velux Loft Conversion

Also referred as roof light conversions.
Velux windows installed to rear and front of property with no exterior changes to the roof design.


Dormer Loft Conversion type

Dormer Loft Conversion

  • An opening is created to the rear or the property and a protruding half box is built to house windows or Juliet doors.
  • Velux windows installed to the front property for extra sunlight.
  • Although the roof appears flat, it is tilted to allow for rain to flow away freely.

L Shape Loft Conversion with Dormer type

L Shape Loft Conversion with Dormer

  • An opening is created to the 2 rear sections or the property and 2 interconnecting protruding half boxes is built to house windows and doors.
  • Velux windows installed to the front property for extra sunlight.
  • Although the roof appears flat, it is tilted to allow for rain to flow away freely.

Hip to Gable with Dormer Conversion type

Hip to Gable with Dormer Conversion

  • End of terrace property demonstrated with hip roof in pre‐construction (in white).
  • Hip to Gable illustrated in grey showing a vertical wall created to usable extend floor pace.
  • Dormer installed post hip to gable by installing a protruding half box to the rear of the property.
  • Velux windows installed to the front property for extra sunlight.
  • Although the roof appears flat, it is tilted to allow for rain to flow away freely.

Mansard Loft Conversion type

Mansard Loft Conversion

  • Although the roof of a Mansard is looks horizontal, it is in fact slightly tilted to allow rain fall to flow away freely.
  • The vertical drop is usually angled at 72 degrees with small protruding box windows. This is the unique style that makes it a Mansard loft.