Loft Conversions In Burgess Hill
Loft conversions in Burgess Hill properties is becoming ever increasingly popular. There are a number of reasons for this. A loft conversion may not require planning permission and can be less expensive than extending outwards on a property. It also opens up a room that may not be utilised to its full potential. If you would like to increase the space in your present home, possibly for an office or your family is expanding, then you have come to the right site. We can create a loft conversion in your Burgess Hill home, and convert your under utilised loft space and transform it into something you desire.
We have many years experience converting lofts and have built many loft conversions in Burgess Hill. Gardens can sometimes be a premium and the thought of lost space to an extension may not be the right thing for a growing family, so should you wish to extend your living space upwards rather than extend on the back or side of your house and lose quality garden area, give us a call. You can improve your internal space by over 25% with a loft conversion and a loft conversion is also faster than most other types of home extension to complete.
Adding living space through having a loft conversion in your Burgess Hill home can open up an entirely different perspective to your house and result in a number of different options for improved space and the use you put the loft conversion too. Adding Velux windows can provide you with more light and possibly a great view, or you might want to add a feature, such as a balcony, to your loft conversion in the future. Whatever you need to use the your loft conversion for it will most certainly increase the value of your Burgess Hill property.
We are happy to give examples of projects for loft conversions in Burgess Hill, but don’t take our word for it, please review our many testimonials of happy customers.
Burgess Hill Loft Conversions – Local Testimonials
A & S Witchell, Burghess Hill: August 2019 – Thankyou again to everyone at West Sussex, we are so pleased with our loft conversion. The team were always friendly and professional. We are so happy with the extra space we now have. Please do pass on our thanks to the whole team.
Mr D Goodwin, Burgess Hill: June 2016 – It was a pleasure to have the various tradesmen around the house, everybody was very courtious and friendly. We are very pleased with the result..
Mrs S Truran, Burgess Hill: January 2016 – A Fantastic Job! Fast, clean, courteous workmen. Lovely finish. Very professional, real craftsmen.
Mrs S Truran, Burgess Hill: November 2015 – I can’t express how delighted we are so far with the work that you and your team have done. It is like Doctor Who’s Tardis up there. We tried mapping it out in the garden with tape measures and bits of string but you can’t really get a feel for it till you see it. And as for the team…. Bruno & Miguel are fantastic. They work so hard and are such lovely guys. Thank you for assigning them to our project.
Mr Taylor, Burgess Hill: November 2013 – Fantastic quality with a great finish! Very high commitment to creating what you want. Highly recommended.
Mrs G Washington, Burgess Hill: August 2013 – Excellent work and attitude and reliability of staff.
So a loft conversion in your Burgess Hill property is really a good sound investment and a relatively inexpensive option to moving homes for the purpose of increased space.
For a dedicated team in a company that always strives for client satisfaction come to West Sussex Loft Conversions and we’ll provide you with all your needs for a loft conversion in your Burgess Hill home. Get in touch with us today to experience this for yourself.
About Burgess Hill
Burgess Hill is situated on the border of West Sussex and East Sussex. It is a civil parish and has a population of around 29,000 residents. Burgess Hill is twinned with Abbeyville in Picardy France and Schmallenberg in Westphalia Germany. In 2006, Burgess Hill town council was awarded town council of the year and has recently been awarded the status of a fairtrade town.The area has seen quite a bit of development in the last 50 years with some large developments, both residential and commercial.
With the A23 and good railway connections, Burgess Hill is considered commuter belt for London, which brings an ideal rural location for London based workers. Ideally situated between London and Brighton, Burgess Hill residential development is usually sort after as are most properties in Burgess Hill.
So, when residents are looking to expand their living areas they have the choice of moving or extending. Moving can be a very expensive option and stamp duty costs could mean that the stamp duty cost would be more than an professionally build extension to the present home.