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If you're thinking about building a loft conversion in Brighton, then Loft Conversions Brighton are here for you. Stairs are invariably tricky to design on loft conversion projects, as space for them is tight, but Loft Conversions Brighton can help create the right solution for you. Once you've assessed whether you are able to have a loft conversion, it's worth visiting the Loft Conversions Brighton page on loft conversion costs, which includes average prices and tips from experts and people who have had a loft conversion on how to keep costs down.
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For many homes, dormer windows can fall into the permitted development quota and so may not require planning permission. For many fortunate homeowners, a loft conversion falls under permitted development.
Your new floor will also need soundproofing, and this is easily achieved by laying a mineral fibre quilt between the joists. Loft conversion insulation will include things like solid sheet/board insulation, rolls of rock wool sound or fibre-glass heat insulation.
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An inspection of the inside of the roof space by Loft Conversions Brighton will provide information as to its suitability for conversion. Without the roof space for water tanks and plumbing, the heating and hot water system may have to be replaced with a sealed system. Victorian houses tend to be lower than those built from 1930 onwards, so may not have sufficient head height for a simple loft conversion.
Building a loft conversion will add weight to your house and so you'll need to make sure that the structure of the building can take it. Before discussing how to build a loft conversion and moving into the territory of planning permission and building regulations, it's important to note that a loft conversion is difficult to complete alone.
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You'll have to hire a designer, and as some types of conversion need planning permission approval, you will need to consider design costs and the planning application.