Mr Ward & Miss Rayner required an extra bedroom with en-suite that would not only be used for sleep but also as a quiet office space for work during the day.
They wanted to achieve this by making the interior and exterior in keeping as much as possible with the existing house.
A double pitched roof dormer will offer you the same amount of headroom and useable space as a flat roof dormer but with a more aesthetic look due to the pitched roof detail.
These types of conversion are generally built on properties with a particularly high roof line.
The double pitched roof is constructed from the rear of the property with the centre beam being set at the same height as the roof on a flat roof dormer for maximum headroom.
Velux roof windows are installed in the front roof for extra natural light in each room created. There are many different sizes to choose from.
The dormer is clad in hanging tiles to match in with the existing roof and is completely maintenance free.
The finished dormer with French doors and safety rail as an option complements the existing property perfectly.
The finished interior with rustic pine flooring and the French doors keeps the feel of the room light and airy. The pitched roof angles add to the individuality of the conversion.