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Re-doing loft room walls

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aquamarine1 Mon 29-Jun-20 20:59:55

Hi there, I've attached an old sales listing pic hopefully explaining what I'm asking. We have a loft room that has a lot of wasted space in the eaves. We'd like to extend the slope down a couple of feet - has anyone done this and would it be a joiner I'd need? Tia.

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Cuttinginfine Mon 29-Jun-20 22:24:11

Are you positive there is usable space behind? We’ve just had our loft done and I was bickering with the architect about wasted space, but once building began it was clear that I what I had felt would be workable storage (to the extent that on the plans there was so much that I thought I might even be able to create a snug from it) was such a criss cross of trusses and supports it ended up just being plastered over..

aquamarine1 Tue 30-Jun-20 08:44:34

Thanks @Cuttinginfine I didn't even consider that blushwill try and have a look today.

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loveisagirlnameddaisy Tue 30-Jun-20 08:48:51

Agree. The ceiling height in our loft seemed huge when the work first started but by the end there was so much insulation and additional beams for support, it got a lot smaller.

The space you've marked is very close to the outside wall so it may just not be possible. One assumes there was a reason it was built that way in the first place?

aquamarine1 Tue 30-Jun-20 12:25:46

True - thanks for the info. I'll take the drawers out and try and get a look behind.

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