Dormer Attic Extensions


Dublin Attic Company

We are and attic conversion specialist company based in Dublin. If you are looking to get and extra room in your home and attic conversion is the cheapest option. For a s low as 12,000 you can have a quality finish attic conversion.

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We are and attic conversion specialist company based in Dublin. If you are looking to get and extra room in your home and attic conversion is the cheapest option. For a s low as 12,000 you can have a quality finish attic conversion.

An attic conversion can greatly increase the value of your home.”

Frank Johnston

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  • +35315255297
  • Green Isle Business Park, Clondalkin

Another great use for an Ballymun attic conversion is for people who have an artistic side. Artists, writers, sculptors etc. would no doubt find endless amounts of inspiration with a light filled, spacious room that’s cordoned off from the rest of the house. Musicians can also benefit greatly from an attic conversion and the rest of the family might be glad to be away from the noise too! It’s also possible to soundproof the room.

There are a multitude of possibilities in terms of what you can do with your Ballymun dormer attic conversion, for example an older child gets his own space, a parent can have a new office or even another lounge.Consulting a professional in this particular area will make your plans go as smoothly and safely as possible and they can help you envisage your dreams and make them become a reality. Also, they will be versed in areas such as planning permission etc. in order to keep your project above board.

In addition to increasing the value of your house or property significantly by a certain per cent, a well-conceived attic design can also enhance the way you live in your house. Not every Ballymun loft is appropriate for a conversion option. But how will you analyse whether you can have one in your home? The answer is simple, “get the assistance of a specialist”. Always look for a professional Ballymun loft conversion company with relevant expertise and experience. Make sure that they have the willingness to perform a free evaluation of your loft space and submit accurate designs and quotes upon request.

For the eco-friendly person looking to reduce their carbon footprint and at the same time save money in the long run, extras such as fitting solar panels, this would be the perfect time to consider this little addition as the costs would be minimal as most of the work is already focussed around the roof anyways. Don’t dismiss the idea without looking into it especially as many local councils are willing to provide financial aid to any homeowners who install solar panels. Contact your local council to see if they offer any financial aid to your area. In addition to solar panels, water systems that collect rain water for general Ballymun household uses such as toilet and washing machine is also an option and I believe that some local councils are considering financial aid for this as well.

Over the past few years as house prices have soared, it isn’t as much as a viable option as it used to be to simply buy another house. Over the past 10 years, house prices in Ballymun have tripled on average and the recent economic down turn has done little to drag prices back down.

The many advantages that one gets out of an attic conversion can be extremely tempting, but prior to starting the conversion project, one has to make sure whether the project is feasible or not. How do you do that? Here are some of the basic requirements to ensure that you can have a successful conversion in Ballymun: Inspect the attic room thoroughly and check how much of a headroom space is available. To convert an attic into a habitable place, you would require 2.1 meters of minimum headroom space.

Converting an unused attic in Ballymun can be a wonderful way to add space as well as value to your home. The unused real estate above your head can be transformed into an area with almost endless possibilities. However, there are a number of issues that need to be addressed before attic remodeling begins.As attics tend to be colder in winter and hotter and stuffier in summer than other areas of the home, the issue of providing adequate ventilation and insulation needs to be addressed as one of your first concerns.

Robert Gardner, the building society’s chief economist, pointed out that more usable space is seen as consistent with better quality accommodation, and this is something that people are willing to pay for. However, as fuel bills continue to rise there is an increased emphasis on energy efficiency, so homeowners who opt for attic conversions must ensure their new room is well insulated.

An additional thing to bear in mind is the positioning of electrical wires and radiators. Depending on the quantity of space will influence the amount of electrical points so be certain to organize them in the most important areas. If you are fitting any radiators, it is recommended that they are in ratio to the dimensions of the room. Again, Tradesmen can offer you advice on most of these subjects but it is advised to consider them also to steer clear of wasting money on repositioning in the future.

While most people opt to finish their Ballymun loft to improve the quality of life, it comes with an add-on benefit of exceptionally improving the retail value of your property. According to industry specialists, a thoughtfully carried out attic conversion will increase the overall value of your property by 30% to 40%.

Before going any further, make repairs to the space. Seal up crevices where creatures may have or could gain entry. If there is a window, make sure it is properly sealed and caulked on both the inside and out. Replace any rotted floor boards or studs. Remove and replace any material that shows signs of mold, even if it looks old and dried out. Mold can come back if the conditions are right.

We have converted 100’s of attics around Dublin in places like Finglas, Santry, Glasnevin, Ballyman, Williamsville, Beaumont, Coultry, Cappoge, Cabra, Drumcondra.