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LOFT CONVERSION OVERVIEW

If you’re looking to tap into the amazing potential of your unused ceiling space, look no further than an Oruci Construction loft conversion. We specialise in turning the unique shapes and quirks of these spaces into bespoke projects of unrivalled beauty and quality, where no two conversions are the same.

Over the years, loft conversions have become a real passion of ours. From the masses of headroom provided in a Mansard Roof Conversion, to the appealing open plan of a Rear Dormer Conversion, or the welcoming space of your more straightforward Velux Conversion, we’ve seen and done it all.

WHY CHOOSE US

Our customers are at the core of what we do. We understand that your home is your castle, and the key to our success has been to never take that trust for granted.

In return we:

  • Provide the best value service
  • Work to a superior quality finish
  • Take the financial responsibility from our clients
  • Have pride in our work, like it’s our own home
  • Guarantee a safe and professional build environment
  • Deliver on time and on budget, without fuss

POPULAR QUESTIONS

  • Why do loft conversions cost so much?

    As a rough guide, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) suggests a homeowner would pay £1,480 a square metre for a 20 square metre loft conversion, which works out at £29,600. This is for a plaster finished shell with dormer and Velux windows and includes construction costs but not architect’s fees, which can cost around 15%.

  • Do loft conversions add value to your house?

    According to Nationwide, this would add an average of 21% to a home's value, or £63,000 if the home was worth £300,000 before the work commenced.

  • How long does it take to convert a loft?

    Velux loft conversions are one of the simplest conversion types and may be completed in less than 4 weeks. A dormer conversion may take a minimum of 4 weeks but not usually more than 6 weeks, depending on the overall size and roof work requirements. Hip to gable end conversions may also last up to 6 weeks.