What Loft Conversion Requirements Should I Be Aware Of?

What Loft Conversion Requirements Should I Be Aware Of?

You may be interested in a loft conversion because you need to add more living space to your home and then again you just might be looking to increase the property value for a time when you may want to list your home for sale. In either case, it is important to gather information on whether or not you will need loft planning permission before you actually commence doing the actual construction.

Requirements Change from Location to Location

Keep in mind that loft conversion requirements change from location to location so you would need to check with the local authorities for specific planning permissions for your area. As a matter of fact, that is one of the reasons why My Redlands Roof lists the specific accreditations and certifications of our Select Trustmark approved roofing contractors in each locality.

NFRC and FMB Contractors

When looking for a roofing contractor who can help you determine which planning permissions you may or may not need, it is good to see that the contractor is a member of either the National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC) and/or the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). Members of these distinguished organisations have the knowledge and experience to help keep you on track with your particular loft conversion specification requirements.

My Redlands Roof only lists those roofers in your area who have been Trustmark approved as being reliable and trustworthy craftsmen although some of our Select roofers also have accreditations such as those listed above.  As we have been in business for almost a century now, My Redlands Roof offers the very finest in roofing materials alongside references to the most respected roofers throughout the UK. If you are considering loft conversions, you will find no better contractors to help you plan, construct and maintain your project.