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Loft Conversions Greater Manchester and its scope and limitation

Date Added: May 20, 2014 07:39:04 PM
Author: Cesar Muler
Category: Home: Home Improvement
Loft conversions Greater Manchester or loft conversions Bury is a simple process to utilise the space above your ceiling that was left unused till now. But few things you should explore before deciding on the process will be first to ensure that the structural strength of the new floor you are going to construct is sufficient. The expansion process should not by any means endanger the stability of the existing structure. Also, you must ensure safe escape from fire and a safely designed ladder or stairs for the new floor. And, never compromise on sound insulation between the new space the rooms below. For most of the homes the existing timber floor joist for the loft, that is, the floor of the loft (or you may call the ceiling of your rooms) are not designed to provide enough support. Therefore, no loft conversions Greater Manchester or loft conversions Bury would agree for a conversion without strengthening the floor. This kind f floor will not even be safe for storing your unused things. If it requires laying flooring boards above the existing joists it may require a building regulations application that can be obtained from the local building control authority. In the first place you should consult them for a proper advice. If on the other hand you decide to make a liveable space in your existing loft space it may require quite a few alterations. Some of them may have an undesirable impact on the structural strength of the building if they are not properly carried out or planned. So, you should always consult expert loft conversions Greater Manchester or loft conversions Bury to undertake this kind of alterations. Loft conversions Greater Manchester or loft conversions Bury will never start your project without preparing detailed architectural plans without obtaining planning and building approval from your local authority. Also, they would get detailed structural engineer’s calculations before making any changes in the existing structure. They would ensure that the scaffolding is safe and secure. The builder may also suggest to go for independent steel flooring system to make the new structure strong and safe. Each and every additional components dormer windows or Velux windows or weather proofing alterations would be judged with safety point in view. Installing a staircase or a loft ladder also quite critical and should be discussed with the loft conversions Greater Manchester or loft conversions Bury to know the safe practices. The new area would also need installation of all electrical units, plumbing requirements, heat loss insulations, plaster boarding end other decorative internal and external components. If you wish to reduce the cost of the operation the simplest way would be go for part conversion. If your loft needs minimum alterations you may go for self building as well where the experts will provide you the guidance and the material you may need. But always remember that the safety and security of the structure and the members of your family is the first priority and you should never compromise in that. Talk to the http://www.loftmedics.co.uk Loft conversions Bury or http://www.loftmedics.co.uk Loft conversions Greater Manchester to get the maximum benefit of your loft conversion.
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