Loft Conversions in Wandsworth
If you’re looking for a reliable and professional loft conversion in Wandswoth – look no further than LMB Group Ltd.
We have years of experience creating a range of functional and attractive loft conversions throughout Wandsworth, and will endeavour to get all work completed to the very highest standards, on time and within your budget.
Whether you want an additional bedroom, a master bathroom to relax in or a bright and peaceful office space – we will take all your specific requirements into account to deliver the perfect loft conversion.
Our expert craftsmen can take care of every aspect of the conversion from the design and necessary planning permissions, to the electrics and the final décor touches. Simply contact our team today for a free, no-obligation quotation for your new loft conversion in Wandsworth.
Types of Conversion Available:
- Dormer Conversions
- Mansard Conversions
- Hip-to-Gable Conversions
- L-Shaped Dormer Conversions
- Velux Windows
- Property Refurbishments
Did You Know?
- HM Prison Wandsworth, the largest facility of its kind in the UK, holds almost 1,900 adult male inmates. Since its creation in 1851, it has been an ominous sight on the South West London skyline, and even features in many works of popular culture, including A Clockwork Orange.
- Chez Bruce, a restaurant located next to some of the most expensive housing in London, was once known as Harveys. It was here that a young Gordon Ramsay cut his teeth, working under its then head chef Marco Pierre White.
- Before its closure in 2006, Wandsworth's Young and Co.'s Brewery laid claim to being the oldest, continuously running brewery in the country (possibly the world). Dating back to well into the 16th century, the business now consists of a merger between Young and Co. and Charles Wells, forming Well & Young's Brewery.
Points of Interest
- The Cat’s Back, a Victorian pub near the river that was voted Time Out London’s best bar/pub in Wandsworth in 2017.
- Wandsworth Museum, a local museum covering the cultural and social history of the area.
- Wandsworth Common, dating back to medieval times, this common land features woods, lakes, recreational activities and a café.