How long for loft conversion?

We are in the process of thinking about / gathering ideas for a potential loft conversion. Obviously I realise that there are a lot of factors that cause the length of time to vary, but on average how long does a loft conversion (2 bedrooms & 1 wetroom) take?

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Depends on size of job and any special requirements. For a loft in a semi with good access and no ensuite etc about 3-4 weeks
2nd Dec 2015
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CM Prestige Heating & Plumbing Ltd
10 Reviews, 80% Positive
Between 6 weeks and 3 months dipends on size and design.
24th Nov 2015
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Beenrecommended
35 Reviews, 97% Positive
6-8 weeks
31st Dec 2015
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EXPRESS BUILDING SERVICE
3 Reviews, 100% Positive
6-9 weeks
30th Jan 2016
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North Herts Builders
73 Reviews, 93% Positive
hi if you allow 4-6 weeks this should this should be ample time to complete inc dormer if no dormer 3 weeks.Have you considered using tele beams worth a google we have done a few lofts with these although a bit pricey they do sped the job up
14th Feb 2016
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Anthony Rose
119 Reviews, 97% Positive
A loft converstion on average can take 6-8 weeks depending upon alot of factors, planning approved, party wall agreement in place and signed.
Problems found to the building whilst carrying out works.
3rd Jan 2016
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SG Trades
60 Reviews, 100% Positive
Depending on many factors to time scale.
Skylight dormers with staircase and bedroom normally take 15 to 20 days.
Full dormer could take 6 to 8 weeks depending on internal finish wanted.
It could be one side of gable wall may need extending at the apex.
17th Mar 2019
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barticelsolution
2 Reviews, 100% Positive
We need planning permission.
Structural engineer details
Party wall agreement if necessary
Time for loft convention 9-12 weeks
11th Apr 2016
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8 to 12 weeks
4th Feb 2016
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ionut stefanov
0 Reviews
5-6 weeks the builder will need to finish a loft conversion(off course the size is a factor to ).
5th Mar 2016
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Avaneo LLP
2 Reviews, 100% Positive
Hi, roughly 6-12 weeks. This is very vague and of course depends on things like specific project requirements, party wall agreements, building control, etc, etc

Damian
29th Jun 2016
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Top Lofts UK
1 Reviews, 100% Positive
Hello,

an average loft conversion will normally take 5-6 weeks however the size of the dormer and interior work can vary and see it go considerably over the time in question. To be exact we would have to come and measure the loft etc to give a accurate estimation.

Kind regards

Top Lofts UK
13th Jan 2016
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Hylton Chimneys
5 Reviews, 80% Positive
We can complete a standard loft conversion(2 bedrooms & 1 wetroom) in as quickly as 4 weeks and this may vary with the size and may complete in 6 weeks.We value the time of our clients and aim to minimise the disruption to family life this means most of the project materials and procurement are planned for in advance to minimise lead times.
16th Jun 2016
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lotf conversion 2 bedrooms and wetroom in average take 3-4 month
22nd Jun 2016
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n d builders
23 Reviews, 96% Positive
as you stated it dependes on how much detail is going in to the finish but an avrage loft converstion can take up to 8 weeks but most 6 weeks
26th Apr 2016
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OSM Building Contractors
13 Reviews, 85% Positive
avarage time would be 4/6 weeks
5th Jul 2016
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MC LONDON BUILDERS
1 Reviews, 100% Positive
Hi rouglhy should be 8-10 weeks. Depend on finish standard inside I mean just painting or extra bespoke furnitures etc
Mc London Builders
18th Jan 2016
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Gallagher
3 Reviews, 67% Positive
A lot of varying factors like access, existing single storey or higher but allow 10 weeks if access etc not too onerous.
8th Apr 2016
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bigoakbuilding & handyman services
8 Reviews, 75% Positive
6 weeks although it can often be completed in 3 weeks
11th Mar 2016
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its all depends of the project itself, if is occupied it will take longer, average time for loft conversion is 6weeks
1st Jun 2016
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Hey! Regarding your question check out the photos on my profile, Iv just completed a loft conversion. depending on the size it shouldn't take that long if your living in a average sided house. I done one in a stately home in cowbridge and that took 12 weeks, and there was no access to it before we started!

Once the attic is cleared you can start framing the frame of the roof in no time, then it's down the the insulation, boarding and skimming before adding the finishing touches like your wet room ect :)
26th Jul 2016
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gulfbuilder ltd
0 Reviews
about 40 to 65 days
21st Jan 2016
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AVM Building Ltd.
13 Reviews, 100% Positive
on average 8-10 weeks incl. plannings etc..
28th Apr 2016
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Specialist Roofing & Building
10 Reviews, 70% Positive
Loft conversion could take up to 12 weeks depending on size of propertys an if the degree of the roof has to be changed for dormers ect
24th Jul 2016
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Average time wuith 4 people it will take around 2 months to complete finish !
21st Nov 2016
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An average loft conversion would take between 5 and 6 weeks complete
6th Jan 2017
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Sas building contractors
2 Reviews, 100% Positive
Hi
This should take NO longer than 4 weeks from start to finish including decorating
Regards simon
23rd Dec 2016
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You be looking around 2 or 3 weeks were out teams work u days a week 6 to 5
6th Jun 2017
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T K Builder&Construction LTD
1 Reviews, 100% Positive
Loft conversion 8-11weeks
20th May 2017
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Space Gain Ltd
0 Reviews
Hi, We complete a hip to gable loft conversion on a common semi detatched house in around 6 - 8 weeks. A terraced dormer conversion in around 5 - 7 weeks. This can vary if it is a larger property.
7th Jan 2019
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