"Truss Roof" Loft conversion in Nuneaton
Four bedroom large detached house.
Prior to the lock down starting we commenced work on this "Truss Roof" loft conversion in Nuneaton, "Truss Roofs" are very complicated structures to convert IF you do not know what you are doing.
There has not been a property with a "Truss Roof" that we have not been able to do, from angled properties with "Truss Roofs" to straight ridge line properties with "Truss Roofs", terraced, semi detatched, detatched, we have had clients saying they have been told it cannot be done, Mainpride have then built it and clients are now living in them.
The "Truss Roof" design was introduced to the housing market in the 1950's, with the invention of the metal truss plate by Carroll Sanford and the concept of using it to connect pieces of lumber, this way of creating the roof structure made it possible to use smaller timbers and the most important design was not having to depend on load bearing walls to support them, our design team many many years ago developed a design that will hold up the "Truss Roof" and create a new room or rooms without the need to remove the roof.
Now the lock down is releasing our customers are allowing us to finish our projects, thankfully all our customers are safe and well.
A lovely and bright large bedroom and fantastic en-suite will be created for our customer in his detatched "Truss Roof" house.
The house will not only benefit from the large bedroom, the space taken from the landing is minimal given we can use a the free space over the existing stairs, all building & planning regulations were obtained by us.
The bedroom within the loft will have multiple Velux windows to shed fantastic amounts of daylight not only on the landing/stair well but into the bedroom and en suite.
Working with a local steel manufacturer the building of this loft is assured quality.