Loft Conversions High Barnet


Why not your loft turn into a space you love? A loft conversion is a practical and stylish way to create more space in your home. Whether you need a guest room or an extra bedroom with en-suite, Combit Construction is the specialist loft conversion company in High Barnet.

We work with our customers as a team and to fulfil their needs: most likely you know exactly what you want to get out of your loft conversion, and we have the skills and expertise to make it happen. However, if you’re not sure what you want, we can guide you. Together, we can transform your unused attic into a large and beautiful extra space in your house that complements and enhances the feel and value of your home.

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We understand household budgets and the challenges of family living. We’re committed to providing their clients with high-quality loft conversion in High Barnet solutions at reasonable prices.

We focus on attention to detail, and we don’t have unhappy customers: at Combit Construction, we know how to design and construct beautiful loft conversions that are worth every pound spent.

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We use experienced tradesmen based in High Barnet, and all of our work is done in-house. This way we can guarantee exceptional service and quality, time after time.

Call us today on 0208 457 2772 to arrange a visit from Igor to do a proper assessment and detailed, obligation-free quotation. As your trusted construction company in High Barnet, we’d love to discuss your ideas, offer advice, and help you to make your loft conversion a successful project.

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This depends largely on the size and complexity:

The bigger the floor area = the more expensive.

The cheapest option is the classic loft conversion in mid terraced house with back dormer.

Taking a step up in price, the next option is a loft conversion in semi-detached or detached houses – with hip to gable and back dormer.


A ballpark figure for this in London (zones 2, 3 and 4), would be somewhere in the vicinity of £1600 p/m2 to £2000 p/m2.

There is so many considerations: the complexity of the roof structure, the logistics of the project and the area of London that the home is located in (the closer to zone 1 your home is, the more expensive it is because of the logistics and restrictions).

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