Attic Conversion Process

From concept to completion, we make it easy.

A roof space conversion or a first floor addition is a cost-effective option to create more space in your existing home whilst adding additional value to your property.

Our award winning attic conversion division is the expert in creating a new living area, bedroom, bathroom or study from your dark and dusty attic space.

Attic Living looks after all aspects of the planning and construction process, we provide a clear process and pride ourselves on the flexibility, helpfulness and communication skills of our consultants, supervisors and build teams. 

We understand that we are working in your home and therefore we make every effort to minimise disruption, noise and mess. 

With attic conversions starting from $80,000 a spacious home is now within reach.

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Convert Your Attic In 6 Easy Steps

1 Initial Contact and Indicative Pricing. After you book your obligation-free consultation, you will receive a call from our specialist team to discuss your requirements.

2 Concept Drawings. When the drawings are finalised, your consultant will ask you to approve and make any amendments. If you would like to proceed, we will sit with you to develop a specification for the project to match the drawings and your particular plans for your space.

3 Contracts. We will then draw up your contracts and get a certificate of Home Owners Warranty insurance, return to you and take you through any questions that you might have.

4 Getting Started on the Project. Once your contract has been accepted by us, the designer and your consultant will draw up a complete set of plans for you and complete a Development Application for you to sign.

5 Building Commences. Our building supervisor will liaise with on start date and will be present at the start of your job for a site induction with our build team

6 Job Completion. The supervisor will meet with you and fill out a completion certificate which you will be asked to sign. Your copy of the completion certificate should be stored with your copy of the contract.