Loft Conversions in Wimbledon
If you’re looking for a specialist attic or loft conversion company in Wimbledon, look no further than LMB Group Ltd!
We have been providing a comprehensive loft conversion service throughout the area for many years and as a result of our professional work and high quality attic conversions, we have developed a trusted reputation.
Our dedicated team of attic conversion experts will discuss your requirements, so whether you want a beautiful master bedroom, or a secluded study, you can rely on our team to provide the perfect solution.
A loft conversion can unlock the potential of your home, providing extra space for you and your family without the hassle and expense of moving.
Wherever you are in Wimbledon, we’ll be happy to come and see you, survey your property and provide you with a free, no obligation quote. We pride ourselves on our cost effective prices and have a solution to suit every budget!
Types of Conversion Available:
- Dormer Conversions
- Mansard Conversions
- Hip-to-Gable Conversions
- L-Shaped Dormer Conversions
- Velux Windows
- Property Refurbishments
Did You Know?
- The Wimbledon Village Stables can lay claim to being the oldest riding stables in the country, with recorded evidence that horses were kept at the site as far back as 1236, and likely before. The current stables celebrate their centenary year in 2015, refounded 100 years ago by William Kirkpatrick as Hilcote Stables (later reverting back to Wimbledon Village Stables).
- While Wimbledon Tennis Championships are well known worldwide, this wasn't always the case. In fact, the institution began life as the All England Croquet Club, not adding the Lawn Tennis prefix until eight years into its life. It was a further six years before croquet was dropped altogether, and the club exclusively catered for its tennis playing members.
- The district's theatre lovers of all ages are well served by both the New Wimbledon Theatre and Polka Children's Theatre. The latter was once adorned by a large golden statue of the Roman goddess Laetitia, first erected in 1910. However, Laetitia was taken down during the World War Two, as it was feared that her reflective surface may act as a convenient navigational device for German bombers.
Points of Interest
- Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships: the iconic tournament takes place every summer, so if you can get a ticket, do so and watch the world’s best in action.
- Wimbledon Tennis Museum: learn about the history of the tournament before or after you’ve watched the matches.
- Wimbledon Village: shopping, eating and relaxation in the beautiful village centre.