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Dormer Loft Conversion Upper Norwood

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Dormer Loft Conversion in Upper Norwood Explained

A dormer loft extension/conversion is a popular type of loft conversion with the intention of adding that extra space to your property. Roof dormers are typical structures that are box-like that are an extension of your property’s existing roof. The main benefits towards this are with vertical walls and windows applied it’s a great option to bring in more daylight and headspace. Dormer conversions are versatile for almost any type of household including semi-detached, detached and terraced.

Different types of Dormer Loft Conversions

One thing to bear in mind with dormers is that they come in various styles and sizes. It is important that you choose the right type of dormer that is suitable for your home. The main goal is to maximise the space within your property while ensuring the dormer fits in proportion with your home. 

Dormer Types 

Gable Fronted Dormer

The most common type of dormer the gabled dormer (also known as a gable-fronted or doghouse dormer) consists of 2 sides which slope and form a triangular shape below the roofline. Smaller dormers often are built with the intention of adding light where as larger dormers offer that and extra space. 

Hipped Roof Dormer

Very similar to a gabled dormer but with the main difference of having three sloping sides whereas a gable-fronted dormer has two. The main benefit of this is that it provides more space both vertically and horizontally than a gabled dormer.

Flat Roof Dormer

Flat roof dormers have a box-like structure due to the flat roof provided and are most commonly found towards the rear of the property. Flat-roof dormers are known to provide the best amount of internal space however don’t look as attractive on the outside in comparison to the other dormer types. 

Shed Dormer

Shed dormers are a cost-effective way of conversion due to the roof sloping in the same direction as the main roof. Shed dormers have no peak or hip hence the reason for the reduction in costs in comparison to the other dormers. The main purpose of shed dormers is for space and are typically large structures. 

Mansard dormer

Share the common feature of the other dormers of being built towards the rear of the property. Mansards usually contain a flat roof at the centre with 70-degree vertical sides, offering a significant increase in loft space. 

L-shaped dormer 

L-shaped dormers consist of 2 dormers that are joined together that form the ‘L’ shape. One dormer is located over the main roof of the property and the other is above a rear extension

Trust Us With Your Dormer Loft Conversion in Upper Norwood

Installing dormers into your home can seem like a daunting task. At SimplyEasy Refurbs, we have a dedicated team of experts in dormer loft extensions whose aim is to make your loft conversion journey as smooth as possible. We pride ourselves on good customer service and have received excellent feedback from our customers on previous projectsClick to check out some of our 5-star reviews on Trustpilot.

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At SimplyEasy Refurbs our main aim is to make your dreams become a reality. To book your L-shaped loft conversion in South Norwood call us on 0203 648 9687 or alternatively fill out our online contact form. One of our members of our team will be in touch with you to get your L-shaped loft conversion in South Norwood underway. 

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