At Jones Brothers Loft Conversions Ltd, we take pride in delivering excellent customer service for all our clients. We’ve received numerous questions about converting lofts over the years and have listed some of the most commonly asked ones on this page. Whether you are considering attic conversions to increase the value of your home or to create additional space for your growing family, find out more about our services below.
If you have any other questions or would like to arrange a home consultation in Epsom, do not hesitate to contact us on 0208 393 8545.
Where are you based?
Our company is based in Ewell in Epsom, where we have offices from which we operate our services from. If you are located anywhere in the surrounding Surrey and South West London areas, we can arrange a viewing at your property.
What services do you provide?
With over 30 years experience, our skilled team of craftsmen offer a range of loft conversion services. We undertake attic, Velux and dormer loft conversions, carrying out every element from the design to the internal building works.
Do you specialise in any areas?
Yes. We complete difficult conversions, such as unusually shaped lofts or ones with exceptionally tight access. Our team has effectively completed problematic projects for customers.
Are you members of any trade associations?
Yes, Jones Brothers Loft Conversions Ltd are proud members of the Federation of Master Builders and TrustMark Scheme. Passing strict vetting processes, customers can feel confident knowing as a Master Builder we work to the very best standards and quality.
What type of insurance and guarantees do you offer?
We want our customers in Epsom and the surrounding areas to have peace of mind. That is why we provide a 10 year guarantee for all completed projects and have public and employer liability insurance.
Do I need planning permission for a loft conversion?
Planning permission for loft conversions are not normally required as they are considered to be permitted development. However, permission would be required if you are considering extending or altering the roof space significantly.