Loft Conversions in Kingston Upon Thames

Here at LMB Group Ltd, we have built a skilled team of builders and craftsmen who can create your perfect loft conversion in Kingston upon Thames.

Our team will take all your requirements into account to create an attic room that exactly matches your needs – whether you want a guest bedroom with its own en-suite bathroom or are simply looking for additional storage space, we can take care of every aspect of your conversion.

We have years of experience working throughout the Kingston upon Thames. area, and have built up a trusted reputation as a result. So whether you’re looking to extend your living space or enhance the value of your home – we can help.

So if you’re looking for a reliable loft conversion company in Kingston upon Thames. – look no further than LMB! We take great pride in delivering a superior standard of work, tailored to suit your needs and budget. Simply contact our friendly team today to find out more and arrange a free quote and assessment. Call your local team today on 020 3124 1922.

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Did You Know?

  1. Those familiar with the logo of popular high street music store HMV will be interested to know that Nipper, the dog depicted listening to a gramophone in the image, is buried underneath a Lloyd's Bank in the town.
  2. Sport plays a big role in the character of the area, with the streets of the borough hosting four of the cycling events at the 2012 London Olympics. AFC Wimbledon, formed from the ashes of Wimbledon FC who upped sticks to become the Milton Keynes Dons, were created in 2002 by a group of fans, and play their home games at the Kingsmeadow Stadium in the town.
  3. A permanent structure on the Old London Road, David Mach's Out of Order - a row of abandoned, red phone boxes leaning against each other - provides a quirky scene that attracts visitors and pleases locals alike.

Points of Interest

  • Rose Theatre, offering a rich programme of artistic activity set in a cosy Elizabethan theatre.
  • Riverside walk, there is plenty to see and do along the riverbank, as well as numerous pubs and restaurants to choose from.
  • Ancient market place, a central hub of the area, open 7 days a week and offering a variety of shops and food stalls.
  • Kingston Bridge, this stone bridge was opened in 1870, but has been a main crossing point since at least the 13th century.