//How Long Does A Loft Conversion Take?

How Long Does A Loft Conversion Take?

 

There are a lot of things involved in a loft conversion project. There’s the construction, the steel works, the dormers, the type of windows you want installed, the size of the room being worked on and many other factors to consider. And because of this, it’s hard to give an accurate estimate of how long a loft conversion will take.

Again, all firms are different in terms of the quality of work and man power they employ. Some will finish faster while others will take a little longer to come up with the same quality of work.

However, most loft conversion jobs take between 4-8 weeks. The reason for the delay might be tied to the fact that problems are bound to arise during the process. For instance, when we say 4-8 weeks, we have to take into account the fact that people may fail to show up for work, or sometimes there may be hidden damages that were discovered when the loft conversion project began. What’s more, projects may be delayed due to lack of finances, poor weather, design issues such as leaks, load-bearing stress, and many other things.

How long does a loft conversion take?

Every conversion is unique and bespoke. The design and other particularities will differ since individuals often have unique expectations of their loft conversion, plus the firm doing the job must always work within a realistic time frame. Most customers are concerned with time frame because they usually equate it with long periods of disruption, something that doesn’t always resonate well with them. However, this doesn’t have to be the case.

You see, quality work often takes time. However, when disruption is brought to minimum while quality is emphasized, the time it will take to complete the project often becomes less of a concern.The following processes will give a rough clue for the time it takes to complete the project.

Planning

The planning part of it involves drawing a sketch, and occasionally a 3D rendering of the loft conversion. Once this is done and you agree to the plans, you will agree with the project manager on a suitable time to begin the project.

The Building Process

The scaffolding provider will put up the scaffold and have other items delivered to the work site. Again, the project manager will always be on site to monitor the project and make sure that it is on course as scheduled.

The building control officer will also visit occasionally to ensure the structure is compliant with the building standards. The end result is a fantastic addition to your home.

Some people will say it takes 3-7 weeks, others say it takes 4-8 weeks and so on. However, just like we said earlier, those are just estimates, and should therefore not represent accurate time frame that a loft conversion will take.