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Different Types of Roof for Loft Conversions

 

Together with the other information on this site, we hope that this brief guide will give you some idea of the types of roofs typically found and just a few examples of loft conversion possibilities.

Loft conversion dormer

Complex dormers with pitched roofs and gable ends on a hipped roof.

Dormer on a hipped roof with half gable end

Dormer on a hipped roof with half gable end.

Flat roof dormers – one on a hipped roof, the other with a gable end

Flat roof dormers – one on a hipped roof, the other with a gable end.

Barn end gable loft conversion

A barn end gable and two Veluxes.

double flat roof dormer with new gable end loft conversion

Double flat roof dormer with a new gable end.

Flat roof dormer

Flat roof dormer on a four-hipped roof.

Full length roof dormer loft conversion

Large flat roof dormers running the full length of a property.

Flat roof dormer loft conversion

Large rear flat roof dormer on a gable-ended property.

Mini-dormers on a gable end loft conversion

A series of pitched mini-dormers on a gable-ended property.

mini pitched dormers loft conversion

Mini pitched dormers on a period property.

Flat roof dormer on a hip roofed property

Flat roof dormer on a hip roofed property.

A new gable end and Velux window on a hip roofed semi-detached property

A new gable end and Velux window on a hip roofed semi-detached property.

Gable end loft conversion

A new gable end.

Eyebrow window on a barn-end roof

Eyebrow window on a barn-end roof.

Simple Veluxes in a gable-ended roof

Simple Veluxes in a gable-ended roof.

Small central dormer on a four-hipped roof

Small central dormer on a four-hipped roof.

Small dormer, with Veluxes and a balcony on a gable-ended property.

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