Loft Conversions in Putney

LBM Group Ltd provide a comprehensive loft conversion service for buildings in Putney, enmnsuring that your new attic room is everything you want it to be.

We’ll arrange an appointment to discuss your requirements, including your budget and your intentions for the room, as well as design your perfect attic conversion to suit. Whether you want a peaceful office space to work away from the hustle and bustle of your family home, or a beautiful guest bedroom and en-suite, we will deliver the ideal solution.

Our skilled team have developed a trusted reputation based on our hard work and professional, practical results.

Our specialist designers and building team will take care of everything, including all the finishing and decorative touches to personalise your space, such as the lighting and flooring.

Simply give us a call today to find out more about our cost effective, high quality loft conversions in Putney, and let us arrange a home survey and provide you with a free, no obligation quotation. Call your local team today on 020 3124 1923.

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Did You Know?

  1. Perhaps best known as the starting point for the annual University Boat Race between crews from Oxford and Cambridge, Putney Bridge was allegedly built on the orders of Sir Robert Walpole, who, while rushing to get to the House of Commons, was unable to take the ferry crossing to Fulham. To prevent the situation in future, he demanded a bridge be built on the site, which was completed in 1729.
  2. Typically considered one of London's more "professional" districts, with a large number of doctors and lawyers historically taking up residence in the area, Putney still maintains an aura of professionality today. In the 2011 census, 46% of Putney natives were considered of "managerial, administrative & professional" socio-economic status.
  3. Among its famous residents, Putney can lay claim to being the birthplace of Thomas Cromwell, an influential figure during the reign of Henry VIII who was born in the district in 1737. Instrumental in the English Reformation, Cromwell played a major role in paving the way for many of the infamous monarch's marriages - often against the wishes of church and state.

Points of Interest

  • Fulham Palace: featuring a garden, a museum, a restaurant and a gallery. Just a six minute walk from Putney Bridge station.
  • Hurlingham Park: close to Fulham FC, an expansive green space perfect for dog walking or a game of football with friends.