Chelmsford Roofing - experienced, council approved roofing build, maintenance and loft conversion specialists

Chelmsford Roofing services:

Flat Roofs

New Roofs & Repairs

Tiling, Slating & Leadwork

PVC Fascia & Soffits


Chimney stacks

Loft extensions

Loft conversions

Essex roofing and loft conversion specialists

Chelmsford Roofing, council approved and a member of the Confederation of Roofing Contractors are one of the leading roof maintenance and loft conversions companies in Essex and cover areas including Barking, Basildon, Benfleet, Billericay, Braintree, Brentwood, Buckhurst Hill, Burnham on Crouch, Canvey Island, Chelmsford, Chigwell, Clacton on Sea, Colchester, Dagenham, Dunmow, Epping, Frinton on Sea, Grays, Halstead, Harlow, Harwich, Hockley, Hornchurch, Ilford, Ingatestone, Leigh on Sea, Loughton, Maldon, Manningtree, Ongar, Purfleet, Rainham, Rayleigh, Rochford, Romford, Saffron Walden, South Ockendon, Southend on Sea, Southminster, Stanford le Hope, Stansted, Tilbury, Upminster, Waltham Abbey, Walton on the Naze, Westcliff on Sea, Wickford, Witham and Woodford Green.

Why convert your loft?

It is in your roof that we have seen the hidden potential that this space has to be converted from an under-utilised space into a warm and habitable room, potentially increasing the value of your house significantly.

The possibilities for your new room are endless but whatever you want to use the extra space for we can help you plan and build your garage conversion into a great new living space.

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Chelmsford RoofingChelmsford Roofing is on call 24-7 to deal with any emergency roofing repairs. We're council approved and a member of the Confederation of Roofing Contractors.


As well as the obvious lifestyle improvements a loft conversion has to offer, research by Alliance and Leicester has shown that a loft conversion can add up to 100,000 to the value of a property, making it the most profitable home improvement project.


There may be different legal requirements depending on your property type.

Detached - Because you're not adjoining any other properties, you should be free to go ahead with the work.

Flat - If you're planning a loft conversion in a top-floor flat and only own the leasehold, you will need the permission of the freeholder.

Terraced or semi-detached - Under the Party Wall Act 1996, you may need to write to your neighbours with plans of your project, if work is taking place on a shared wall.

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