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If you have a house or a bungalow, you may be considering a hip to gable loft conversion. This article describes one of our loft conversion projects step-by-step, using real architect drawings and images of job progress.The Customers Existing Bungalow
Below are drawings of the customers original property. It was a 3 bedroom detached bungalow, with a garage.
Are you thinking about increasing the size of your property? If so, then you may be wondering what is a Hip to Gable loft conversion is.
Hip to Gable loft conversions involve the construction of a gable wall, then a roof is created to fill in the gap. Another way of putting it is to modify the sloping (hipped) part of the roof so that it is supported by a new vertical gable wall. Usually this results in a dramatic change to the shape of the roof. The new gable wall will be built either in studwork or masonry, usually with a render to match their existing walls. → Read more