Specialist loft conversion company in Kingston, Touchstone Lofts
Over 1,000 lofts converted since 1989
We are experts in loft conversions in Kingston upon Thames, whether you live in the more modern areas around Latchmere Rd KT2, or you have a period property on Deacon Road. We work in Kingston upon Thames regularly – you might see some of our recent loft conversions if you’re around Dysart avenue KT2, Pound Close or Surbiton Hill Park. From Hogsmill Sewage Treatment Works, to the Museum of Futures, Kingston has many landmarks. We know them all, and we’re familiar with the individual roads around them, as our loft conversion expertise is regularly called on in Kingston.
Award-winning loft conversions
We have been recognised for outstanding quality craftsmanship and excellent customer service by the Federation of Master Builders in their Master Builder of the Year Awards, Southern Region.
We are also finalists in the ‘Best Loft Conversion’ category in the 2020 Homebuilding & Renovating Awards.
Transform your home with a stunning loft conversion
Why should you consider a loft conversion?
Good value for money
Completing a loft conversion can be significantly cheaper than building an extension. You can upgrade your property without having to pay an extortionate amount of money. It’s much cheaper than moving house too, especially in Kingston upon Thames where property can be very expensive.
More space to live
Most of our customers tell us that they want more space, or they have outgrown their current property. A loft conversion helps you add additional living space without the hard work. You’re simply making better use of space that is already there, ensuring your loft is used to its full potential.
Increase property value
A loft conversion could increase the value of your home by around 20%! There is so much potential in a loft conversion, and more people are looking for homes with converted loft spaces when they move, so that they don’t have to carry out the work themselves. A loft conversion is a great decision for the future.
Make your home more beautiful
You should see a loft conversion as a wonderful opportunity to make your home your own. The space under the rafters can be used in any way you wish, from a home cinema room, to a study, to a bedroom. The views from the top of the house will be great and the space will be versatile.
Arrange a free quote/design consultation
We will design and build the ideal loft space for your home in Kingston upon Thames. Every appointment includes a design, valued at £600 – we give it to you for free!
Worried about having a low pitch roof?Our team have the solutions
We regularly convert lofts where others have failed, working to building regulations and finding innovative solutions. Raising the ridge height or lowering the floor are lengthy and difficult processes – we don’t need to do this. With our skills and expertise, we have converted lofts where the ridge height stood at just 2m, and we can do the same for you.
Contact us to see how we could convert your loft and work around your low pitch roof. An experienced surveyor will carry out your free consultation and produce designs, normally valued at £600! Call 0800 881 8194 or email [email protected].
Why choose Touchstone Lofts in Kingston upon Thames?
30+ years of experience in loft conversions
Our team are skilled in securing planning permission, as well as carrying out loft conversions to the highest standards. If other companies have been unsuccessful, don’t be put off. We can work with the most awkward of spaces.
The full service
You won’t have to work with us, and designers, and electricians, and plumbers… We have high standards and offer full project management. You will know your project is in hand when we’re taking care of it.
Experts in planning permission
Our planning permission success rate: 98%. Let us take care of your application, secure your planning permission, and keep the neighbours happy as well. We know planning regulations inside out.
Your loft conversion will blend in seamlessly with your existing home. It will complement your building and have the perfect layout inside, giving you the best of both worlds with one simple build.
Your loft conversion questions answered
Have a question about loft conversions? We’re happy to help. Read our answers to the questions that our customers frequently ask us.
How long does a loft conversion take?
Depending on the size and type, most loft conversions take around 12 weeks.
Will I need to move out during the project?
No – it’s safe to carry on living inside the property. We work from the scaffolding before the stairs go in. Any disruption you experience will mainly come from noise.
Where will you place our new staircase?
We will be able to fit your staircase around your existing layout and will find an option to suit you. If possible, we will try to fit your new staircase over the existing staircase so that it fits seamlessly within your property.
Do I need planning permission for a loft conversion?
This depends on your location and type of property – all flats require planning, but if you live in a house that isn’t in a designated area, then permitted development is usually used and no planning is required. There are many other factors to take into account and one of our surveyors can advise further.
How much does a loft conversion cost?
Most cost between £30,000 and £50,000. This depends on the size and type – bigger and more complicated jobs take longer and therefore will cost more. See pricing information for further details.
What is a party wall agreement and do I need one for a loft conversion?
A party wall agreement (PWA) is required if you have a semi-detached or a terraced property and you are working within or near your neighbour’s boundary. We can advise when the surveyor visits.
Does a loft conversion add value to a home?
Yes – it will add from 20% to 30% upwards depending on the size, design and type.
How much head height do you need for a loft conversion?
If you have a clear head height of 2m then a loft conversion may be possible. Our surveyor will need to assess this to confirm.
What’s possible with your loft conversion?
These are some of the build possibilities you might want to consider for your loft conversion:
What can be achieved with a dormer loft conversion