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Digital Subscriptions > Build It > May 2018 > BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO loft conversions

BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO loft conversions

Transforming your unused attic into a habitable zone could give you the home your family needs – without the cost and upheaval of moving. Here’s how to get it right


This loft conversion by Architect Your Home ( features two dormer windows, aed to either side of the house. A full-height picture window was included in the rear gable to maximise the sense of light and space. The finished project cost £50,400

Whether you’ve outgrown your current home and want to create more space, or you’re looking for a project to increase your property’s value, a loft conversion could be the ideal option. A successful scheme can a around 30% more floor area to a two-storey home – and the right design could up its market worth by 20% or more.

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In the May edition of Build It magazine, you'll find a wealth of inspiration and advice for your self-build, renovation or extension project, including: - Cover house: A traditional-style new home on a garden plot (p20) - Kitchen design ideas (p72) - Does solar battery storage make sense? (p74) - Driveway design ideas (p80) - Complete guide to loft conversions (p 84) - Modern glazed extensions (p98) - How to keep your project on budget (p110)