How we work

Opting for a loft conversion inevitably comes with a torrent of questions. What needs to change? What will it cost? How much of an intrusion will the building be on my household? What are the time parameters? And which type of loft conversion will best suit my family’s needs? We compiled this informative guide to help demystify the process.

Our Process

iLoft Conversions in Leyton, East London, works by keeping one pinnacle idea in mind: provide the client with full value for their money. Our process starts and finishes with your satisfaction. We make use of high-grade materials to ensure clients a high-end finish. You are furthermore welcome to arrange to meet with the building inspector yourself. The process we undertake is as follows:

The Beginning

In the planning stages, our well-versed team will educate you on your particular options for loft conversion in East London. Depending on your area, there may be certain legal restrictions imposed on your choice of loft conversion. We will help you acquire Planning Permission and other legal permissions where required. We will furthermore be able to guide you through technicalities of the project ranging from materials to recommendations for your structure, enabling you to make the most of your options.

The Building

The building process carried out by iLoft Conversions is responsible and tidy. Our team does their utmost not to impose on the property’s inhabitants, and will provide warnings about any unpreventable inconveniences well in advance. You will be updated and included at the various milestones of the project or if anything changes. Our loft conversion specialists are on site every day without exception. They are presided over by a manager to guarantee consolidation of all team members working on the project and to reduce the chance of mistakes.

The Aftermath

Once our team of experts have approved the finished loft conversion, you will be given your chance to approve it similarly. We don’t consider a project complete until we receive the client’s approval. Thereafter, you will retain a 10 year warranty on the loft conversion project carried out by our team. This is our way of ensuring you can trust your investment in your property in East London, as well as in us as a contractor.

By Week:

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A loft in the process of being converted with scaffolding around the house

Week 1

Scaffolding, flooring and beams will be planned and erected. A crane lift will then be installed to facilitate the moving of materials up this scaffolding.
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A house with a loft building structure outside

Week 2

Building the structure of your loft begins. You will see visible progress across this week as the loft begins to take shape.
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A roof in the process of being tiled

Week 3

The base structure of the loft will be completed in this week. Our team will begin on the roof.
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A completed roof with three windows

Week 4

The roof and other external aspects will be completed, and windows will be installed.
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a staircase in the process of being built

Week 5

With the loft conversion nearing completion, we will begin work joining it to your property. An access point will be cut into the ceiling and your new staircase will be attached.
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Week 6

The internal aspects of your loft conversion will be arranged, including plastering the interior walls and setting up your chosen decorations.
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Windows in a loft that is currently being built

Week 7

Plumbing, electrical work and carpentry work will be carried out as required. Finer details will be given attention and faults will be rectified.
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A modern loft after being built

Aftermath

Our inspectors will check on the completed project and ensure it meets the highest standards. They will also compare it to a snagging report to iron out any possible faults. Your new loft conversion will then be ready to use.
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For a list of the types of loft conversions available, see our Loft Conversions page.