Driven by a need for additional space, the owners of a 1930’s terraced house in Berkhamsted engaged Sageleaf to undertake a loft conversion.
Compliance with the requirements of the Party Wall Act required a ‘method statement’ to be completed for this residential project. Sageleaf prepared a detailed account of the work that would be undertaken, including the hours of work, rights of access and drawings.
The project also involved the installation of structural steelwork, along with boundary and waterproofing with the adjoining roof. This resulted in our work being subject to additional inspections at critical points in the process.
With careful planning and attention to detail, Sageleaf met all the requirements to satisfy the Party Wall Act and building inspectors.
Our experienced team built a large, flat roofed dormer, which extended to the rear of the Berkhamsted property. The owners now enjoy a large master bedroom with en-suite, along with a separate home office. This loft conversion has provided them with the space they desire, whilst also increasing the value of their home.