Rear Dormer loft conversions are the most typical type of conversion that we carry out. Dormer windows are added to the back of your existing roof, increasing the height of your roof and creating more head and floor space.
Building a Rear Dormer loft conversion, as opposed to a Front or Side Dormer, enables you to keep a sloped roof at the front, where Velux windows can be fitted to allow more natural light to flood in. An attractive option for this kind of loft conversion is to fit a Juliette style balcony with French doors.
A Rear Dormer conversion is the best choice if you want to create both additional head and floor space. It's also helpful that planning permission isn’t always required.
Rear Dormer loft conversions are common with terrace, detached and semi-detached properties, so they are suitable for most houses.
If you are interested in getting a Rear Dormer loft conversion in your home, or are unsure which type is right for you, get in touch and we can come round for a chat and provide a free, no-obligation quote.
View some of our recently completed Rear Dormer loft conversions in our gallery.
Take a look at some of the other loft conversion options that we have to offer.