Why Small Attic Conversions are All the Rage for Modern Homeowners in Australia
Owning a home isn’t a passive state. You have to be on the lookout for new and creative ways to maximise the value of your property — so that you can get the best possible deal if you ever want to sell it or enjoy it to the fullest possible extent for as long as you plan to live there. In recent years, many homeowners throughout Sydney’s Inner Harbour, Eastern Suburbs and lower North Shore are discovering an exciting new way to increase the amount of usable space on their properties: small attic conversions.
Hiring a business such as SM Attics to perform small attic conversions in your home can provide you with new storage space, a game room, or even an extra bedroom for guests. We know how to make the most of your attic so that you can use every available square metre — and we have the necessary experience to answer the following common questions from interested customers:
How much height do you need to use an attic space as a room? In Australia, 60% of the available attic space must be at least 2.4 metres high to be used as living space.
Will it get hot? Not if your attic is adequately ventilated. Space Maka Built can easily make ventilation part of the small attic conversions process.
What kind of insulation will I need? Insulation needs vary from building to building, depending on their structure, age, and the surrounding climate.