Which type of loft conversion shall we design for your house?
HOW OUR PROCESS WORKS
Step 1 - Measured Survey
One of our specialist surveyors will visit your home to carry out a measured survey and take photographs. During the visit the surveyor will be happy to discuss the project with you in person, providing you are available, or else such discussions can easily be had online instead.
Step 2 - Development of Plans
After the survey a member of our loft design team will be appointed to work on your project and that designer will be available to meet with you online using Microsoft Teams, Zoom etc as frequently as is required.
Our loft designers are there to help you. They will approach the project however you want them to. If you would like them to suggest a design that they feel is suited to the house they can do that. Equally if you have a clear idea of your own and just want that to be developed into a set of drawings/ plans of a standard that is acceptable to your local planning or building control authorities they will be happy to do that too.
Step 3 - Getting Ready to Build
Once we have developed and agreed a set of plans for your loft conversion we will help you get ready to build by submitting any applications necessary on your behalf to the local planning or building control authorities and we will send you scalable hard copies of the drawings for the use of your builders.
All About Lofts is a small team of designers based in Kings Hill in Kent who produce planning and building regulation drawings for loft conversions throughout Kent, Surrey, Hampshire and South London.
We design loft conversions for any type of house where it is feasible, from small terraced cottages to large detached homes. Primarily we work for small builders and loft conversion companies but if you are a homeowner don't be put off - we're more than happy to work for you too!
We specialise in loft conversions because we want to be the best partner we can be for our core customer base of builders and loft convertors. We know that they need their jobs to stand out and be appreciated so when we take on a new project the question we are always asking ourselves is - what would a good job look like here? Continually pursuing the answer to that question keeps us focused on the detailed work of delivering a design that works for the homeowner, is practical to build, performs well and looks good.