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Looking for Loft Conversions Hemel Hempstead?
Whatever type of loft conversion you are looking for and whatever style your home, we can help you turn your ideas into beautiful living spaces.
Need more space?
Your loft is probably the largest bit of unused space in your home. It’s aso the easiest and least disruptive to convert. More cost effective and less stressful than moving house!
You may not even have to extend at all just strengthen the floor, add insulation and windows and you’ve gained a valuable light-filled space with views.
Add value to your home
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors says a loft conversion could increase the value of your home by 25 per cent and costs about one third of moving home.
For most loft conversions you don’t even need planning permission. There are exceptions but we can advise you on the technical stuff.
Building Regulations approval is a must and you might need a Party Wall Agreement with your neighbours.
Loft Conversions Hemel Hempstead
If you are looking for Loft Conversion Hemel Hempstead, CLG Conversions can provide a comprehensive package of loft conversion services including an all in one design and build package.
We can oversee every step of the process from planning and approval through to the construction and cater to the needs of you the client, so are happy to customise our services too.Your needs and requirements will be discussed in detail when you meet with one of our team. There are many different types of loft conversions available, but trying to decide which type is most suitable for you and your property can sometimes prove difficult. The most common type of loft conversion that we carry out are dormer loft conversions which provide good value for money and space, but there is a wide host of other options.
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Hemel Hempstead - one of the original New Towns
After the Second World War, in 1946, the government designated Hemel Hempstead as the site of one of its proposed new towns designed to house the population displaced by the London Blitz, since slums and bombsites were being cleared in London. On 4 February 1947, the Government purchased 5,910 acres of land and began work on the “New Town” Hemel Hempstead. The first new residents moved in during April 1949, and the town continued its planned expansion through to the end of the 1980s. Hemel Hempstead grew to its present population of 80,000, with new developments enveloping the original town on all sides. The original part of Hemel Hempstead is still known as the “Old Town”.