Loft Conversions in Sutton

If you’re planning a loft conversion in the Sutton area, you can call on the experts at LMB Group Ltd.

Our experienced team have many years of the planning, design, and execution of loft conversions to the highest standards. From designing and implementing your ideas and requirements to ensuring all building work is completed to the highest standards, you can count on us.

We take great pride in being a reputable and dedicated company who strive to deliver an unrivalled service when you come to us for your new loft conversion in Battersea. We’ll meet all your requirements and ensure your conversion is finished on time and within budget.

To discuss your design ideas and the possibilities of what LMB could do for you, you can speak to a member of our team today. We are always happy to help and can provide obligation free advice so you can be sure you’re pursuing the right options for you. Get in touch for more information today. Call your local team today on 020 3124 1927.

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Did You Know?

  1. The borough of Sutton is one of London's safest, with crime seeing a colossal 31% reduction in the last eight years, and its schools rank among the very best in the country, coming second in the 2013 nationwide GCSE league table.
  2. Sutton's Winning Post can claim to have played an important role in the story of one of Britain's most famous musical exports. The pub, then known as the Red Lion, is said to be where a young Rolling Stones were first spotted by prominent music promoter Giorgio Gomelsky back in 1963, beginning their journey towards world domination.
  3. Of the 80,000 homes situated within the borough of Sutton, a huge 83% are owner-occupied or privately rented - considerably more than the London average. Perhaps the area's location inside the borders of Greater London with superior transport links to the centre encourage homebuyers to stay put.

Points of Interest

  • Cheam Park: resplendent surroundings that are perfect for adults and children alike.
  • Whitehall: Built around 1500, this building is open for visitors looking to learn more about the history of the area. Currently closed for refurbishments, it reopens in July 2018.