Flat Roof Dormer

With news of a second child on the way, Mr Gibson & Ms. Galpin wanted to create a new master bedroom with en-suite within the roof space, that they would occupy.

This left a spare bedroom ready, just in time for their new arrival (who is doing fine).

A flat roof dormer loft conversion is one of the best and most affordable ways to maximise the potential of your loft area.

By removing the rear roof of the property, building straight up from the back of the house and creating a flat roof structure on top at the highest point of the existing roof will create maximum headroom and useable space.

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  • This semi detached properties existing roof is called a hip end structure.

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  • We then remove the existing hip end structure and build what is called a gable which gains more headroom and allows the flat roof dormer to be created.

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  • The Flat roof dormer is then built from the rear roof the full width of the property and as high as possible with the chosen finish being hanging tiles to match in perfectly with the existing building.

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  • This particular conversion gained the customer a very sizeable master bedroom with en-suite shower room.

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  • With plenty of storage space in bespoke wardrobes made to match the customers chosen doors.

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