Victorian and
Edwardian

End of Terrace
& semi detached

1920s and 1930s
terrace

Flats, maisonettes,
conservation areas

Velux roof light
conversions

Velux roof light
conversions

Velux conversion options

The Velux conversion is the simplest way to add some extra space and light to your loft space, although not that common these days as most people will opt for the larger rear dormer or mansard extension.

But It's simply a matter of our making some changes to your roof and installing the velux windows, which can be low enough to allow you to see out if, for example, you are planning an office with a desk. There is no roof extension dormer to the rear and to flats and maisonettes you will not require planning permission unless you're in a conservation area.

They also tend to work better on the larger loft where the loft room already has a great deal of space and doesn't necessarily benefit from an extension.

Velux conversion options

36-38 Old Devonshire Road, London, SW12 9RB

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Velux - example 1

Velux - example 2

Velux conversion - example 1

Velux conversion - example 2

36-38 Old Devonshire Road, London, SW12 9RB

Loft Conversions Home | Introduction | Costs of a loft extension | Examples of Dormers, Mansards, Hip to Gable | Testimonials | Planning Permission and other practicalities
Contact South London Lofts | Victorian & Edwardian Terraced Houses | End of Terrace & Semi Deatched Houses | 1920s & 1930s Houses | Flats, Maisonettes, Conservation Areas | Velux conversions
Website by Green Orange Ltd