Is your Hertfordshire home crying out for extra space – are you a growing family or simply in need of a remote office space? The team at Abbey Partnership are here to make your property dreams a reality, with a loft conversion service that is unrivaled in the area.
Areas we cover
We’ve completed numerous loft conversion projects for satisfied clients across Hertfordshire.
With over 500 loft conversions under our belt, we’re keen to show you just how impressive your own property could look. See all of our loft conversion projects in this area for inspiration.
Why choose Abbey Partnership?
- Trusted contractors – We’re a family-run loft conversion company that’s been working in Hertfordshire and the surrounding areas for over 16 years. We always go the extra mile to satisfy our customers.
- Quality and professionalism – When you work with us, you can be confident that your project will be completed on time, on budget, and with minimal disruption.
- Excellent communication – We’ll always keep you informed throughout your extension or conversion, with weekly financial updates and a dedicated WhatsApp chat.
- Maximum headroom – Our skilled team knows how to get the most out of your loft space, creating maximum headroom without even lowering your floor.
- Price-match policy – Guarantees you the same price as other renovation contractors on like-for-like jobs.
- Independent warranty at no extra cost – We offer a fully underwritten warranty for up to 10 years.
Bring your dream home to life
If you have questions about your Hertfordshire loft conversion, or would like a no-obligation quote, we’ll be happy to help.
The historic Hertfordshire town of Berkhamsted boasts many historical treasures including the ruined Berkhamsted Castle and the oldest existing shop in the UK with timbers dating back to the 13th Century.
Following the displacement of Londoners following World War II, towns such as Borehamwood experienced a large increase in population with the creating of large areas of council housing.
With Liverpool Street as little as 26 minutes away on the Greater Anglia line, Broxbourne is an ideal residence for anyone seeking a quiet life, with rural riverside walks, outstanding schools and lots of space, plus the convenience of an easy commute into London. These factors lead to only one thing – a consistent demand for high quality, spacious housing in the area.
By adding a loft conversion to your Broxbourne home, you’ll be able to expand on any existing available space, creating extra room for growing families or even paying lodgers!
Property types in Bushey covers a vast period of around 200 years, due to an initial expansion of the town in the early 20th century following the arrival of the railway and industrial boom creating plentiful jobs in and around Watford.
Once known for its vast nursery industry, since the 1960s much of the land around Cheshunt previously occupied by pioneering glasshouses has now been redeveloped into residential housing estates.
The Hertfordshire town of Harpenden boasts abundant parks and commons, such as Harpenden Common stretching over a mile from the town centre, and Church Green, Leyton Green and the High Street Greens which give the town its provincial feel.
In keeping with the New Town ideology, Hatfield’s residential areas enjoy plentiful green spaces and an abundance of 1950s architecture.
Although designed and built with space in mind, often featuring large open plan living areas downstairs, attic space is often overlooked. However, the one sure way to improve on your 1950s Hatfield home is to convert the loft into a workable, liveable space.
Many of Hemel Hempstead’s properties are post-war, semidetached houses, designed to provide maximum living space for growing families.
These properties, whilst spacious downstairs, have large attic spaces perfect for converting, although more often than not require a party wall agreement and come up against tough planning permission restrictions – all legal requirements which Abbey Partnership can take care of.
The small county town of Hertford in Hertfordshire boasts a thriving high street packed with independent retailers making it an extremely attractive location for London commuters and their families.
With great transport links to London and out into the countryside, green spaces and community feel, the towns and villages in this leafy Hertfordshire borough make an ideal place for professionals and families to settle down. That said, house prices in Hertsmere are on the high side, so if you’re looking for a property with more space, it could be expensive.
More and more homeowners in the area are turning to the expertise of local loft conversion specialists – a cost-effective way to get the extra space you need, without the need to move house.
Adding a loft conversion is a very popular way to increase the value of your home in Hitchin. Before embarking on a loft conversion project, it is important to carry out sufficient research and to spend a little time to establish exactly how you want your Hitchin loft conversion to work for you.
Whatever type of property – be it a bungalow, 1930s semi or modern end of terraced, and whatever reason you may require a loft conversion, Abbey Partnership have the skills and experience to carry out an exceptional loft conversion in your Hoddesdon home.
Letchworth Garden City is the world’s first Garden City designed to fuse together the finest elements of the countryside with city life.
Predominantly a commuter town, Potters Bar lies only 18 miles north of central London, in the Hertfordshire borough of Hertsmere.
The leafy suburb of Rickmansworth is a much sought after Hertfordshire town whose residents enjoy a high quality of life. Standing on the Grand Union Canal, Rickmansworth developed in the 1920s and 1930s and is home to numerous red brick Victorian properties.
If you’re looking to add value to a semi in Sopwell, or desirability to a detached property in Wheathampstead for example, a loft conversion could help you to increase your asking price and stand out from the competition.
Alternatively, if moving home is too costly in this sought-after city, extending into your loft space could be the perfect solution if your circumstances require a bit of extra living room.
Offering better value for money than other nearby commuter towns in Hertfordshire, Stevenage is a great place to get your foot on the property ladder, and a loft conversion can help you boost your asking price and make your home more saleable if you ever did think about relocating.
Tring in the north east of Hertfordshire is a bustling market town nestled at a low point in the Chiltern Hills. Home to the workers of Heygates Mill and many London commuters, Tring provides a rural lifestyle; for many it provides the perfect combination of community life, countryside and good transport links to the Capital.
No matter the size of your loft space, adding loft conversions to your Ware property really does maximize your home’s potential. If you are looking for a reputable company to convert your loft, Abbey Partnership are here for you.
If you’ve settled here, you’ll already know the benefits of owning a property in a town that’s significantly more affordable than London, but just a 20-minute train journey into the capital. So, when it comes to seeking out more space, if you’re happy with your location, it makes sense to explore your loft conversion options.
Welwyn Garden City
The post-war Georgian style properties that sit along tree lined boulevards with wide grass verges in Welwyn Garden City often have vast roof spaces, most of which remain unused other than for the storage of a few dusty boxes and old suitcases.
Our dormer loft conversions are often a popular choice for this particular property type, and when carried out by a professional loft conversion company such as Abbey Partnership, they can even enhance the external appearance of a property.