Loft Conversions in Reigate
A loft conversion from LMB Group Ltd can be the perfect way to extend your living space without moving house.
We offer our comprehensive attic conversion services throughout Reigate and the surrounding area, and as a result of our quality conversions and dedicated customer service, we have developed a trusted reputation for great value and great service.
With years of experience and a highly skilled team of designers and builders, you can be sure that we’ll take your individual requirements into account to deliver the ideal solution, whether you want an extra bedroom, bathroom or study.
So if you’re looking for a loft conversion in Reigate, whether it’s to make the most of the space you have, or to increase the value of your home, make sure you give the professionals at LMB Group Ltd a call today to find out more.
Types of Conversion Available:
- Dormer Conversions
- Mansard Conversions
- Hip-to-Gable Conversions
- L-Shaped Dormer Conversions
- Velux Windows
- Property Refurbishments
Did You Know?
- Reigate is one of Surrey's more historically important towns, with the land awarded to William De Warenne (a principle knight of William the Conqueror) after the Battle of Hastings. It was his son, William De Warenne II, who was behind the building of Reigate Castle, along with the town that subsequently grew within its shadow.
- The town has attracted some big names in the business world over the years, with Air Europe, Canon UK and Kimberly-Clark having their headquarters within the town's boundaries over the years. Redland, a FTSE 100 organisation that specialises in building materials, was recently located in Reigate, before its premises were taken over by insurance company Esure.
- One Reigate resident has become something of a local legend: a blue and yellow macaw by the name of Charlie who is said to be 116 years old. Although some dispute the story, owner Peter Oram claims that Charlie was once a pet of Sir Winston Churchill, and was even taught to repeat curses aimed at Adolf Hitler.
Points of Interest
- Reigate Caves, a network of medieval sandstone caves beneath the town centre.
- Priory Park, an Augustine house built in the 13th century, with a lake, playgrounds and walking trails.
- Surrey Hills AONB, easily accessible from Reigate, this area of national beauty is a must see, offering hiking, equestrian and bike trails.