Attic / Loft Space Conversion

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The Objective

The Objective was to create a large living space within the attic for a growing family.

One master bedroom and bathroom was created with entrance hallway including storage space.

Steel RSJ seems were fitted to hold the weight of the new floorspace. A side Dorma roof cut by hand to allow for extra headroom within the new Bedroom

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The Process

  1. Plans drawn by architect.
  2. Building control notified.
  3. Building work underway.
  4. New roof constructed.
  5. Steel RSJ’s put in place.
  6. Roof made watertight.
  7. Insulation installed.
  8. First fix plumbing Installed.
  9. First fix Electrical Installed.
  10. Floor constructed.
  11. Stud partitions and interior walls constructed
  12. Plasterboard and dry lining complete
  13. Plastering
  14. Cosmetic decorating
  15. Second fix electrical
  16. Second fix plumbing

The Benefits

  • One Extra Bedroom.
  • New Bathroom.
  • Extended Living Space.
  • More Storage.
  • Downlighting.
  • Electrical Safety.
  • LED Lighting.
  • New Insulation.
  • Staircase fitting.
  • Smoke alarm safety.

Project Type

Electrical Services

Property Type

A Bath stone built house situated just off the City Centre.

This home had three bedrooms on the first floor. A Utility, Playroom, Living room and one large open plan kitchen and dining room.

Jobs Carried out
  • UPVC Window fitting

  • Velux roof light fitting

  • Guttering and facia

  • Architect drawings

  • Staircase fitting

  • Partial rewires

  • Heating controls

  • Steel RSJ fitting

  • Downlights

  • Loft Conversion

  • Fire alarm

  • Smoke alarm

  • NICEIC Electrical

  • Insulation

  • Dorma roof

  • Mr & Mrs Talbot

    This has been a great addition to the house. The bathroom looks out to the skyline and at night it looks fantastic! We have views of the Abbey Church Yard in Bath and now we can really make the most of our location.