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Loft Conversions in Shoreham

loft-bathroom1.jpgAt DMB we offer our customers every professional skill-set immediately available in-house. From project, manager, carpenters and joiners, plumbers, electricians and builders. We have everyone you need, all working as a single team to deliver projects on time and on budget, right down to the details.

As a company, we serve customers throughout Brighton and Sussex, including Shoreham! We always enjoy being called out to jobs in Shoreham where we can provide our skills and experience to the historic town. We provide stunning loft conversions throughout Shoreham, allowing you the opportunity to view your town from a whole new perspective. Our complete package of imaginative design, skilled craftsmen and professional expertise can transform your dusty attic into a unique, airy living space.

Why We Love Shoreham

Shoreham is a stunning historic town with beautiful architecture that reflects its history as a fishing town. Full of picturesque cottages, houses and some beautiful churches it is vibrant and lively.

Shoreham enjoys a unique location as it is bordered on the north by the South Downs National Park and on the west by the River Adur. With such proximity to the South Downs and the Coast, Shoreham is a very desirable place to live. Consequently, we get many calls from customers asking us to update their current home by installing a loft because they would rather add the extra space to their home than move to a new house with all the added expenses and a less desirable location.

Shoreham’s Historic Harbour

Shoreham has been dominated, throughout history, but its major port facilities and owes its historical significance to the River Adur. The Harbour was an attraction for many potential invaders and French ships often sailed into Shoreham Harbour, causing a general nuisance. During Victorian times, a garrison was put in place to guard the harbour which helped increase its safety.

Over the centuries, the path taken by the Adur has changed as Shoreham has developed. During the Middle Ages, parts of Shoreham were flooded at various times by the sea and some were completely washed away.

Today, the harbour is protected by sea walls and concrete wharves that help discourage sea erosion. The port is still in used today and is densely packed with warehousing and industrial property. The huge chimney of Shoreham Power Station can be seen from miles out at sea, making the presence of Shoreham known.

Old Shoreham - Loft and Basement Conversions

Shoreham is split into Old Shoreham and New Shoreham. Old Shoreham is clustered around the Church of St Nicholas, part of which is believed to date back to the ninth century, although most of the building dates from the 11th and 12th centuries. The ancient bridge across the River Adur is an iconic feature of Old Shoreham. The bridge was built in 1781 and carried a lot of traffic passing along for two whole centuries before retiring.

New Shoreham

New Shoreham was established by the Norman Conquerors because its proximity to Normandy made it a logical place to improve travel and trade facilities. The magnificent Church of St Mary de Haura was built the following decade after the Doomsday Survey of 1086. One of the oldest surviving buildings in New Shoreham is the Marlipins Museum, a 12th century building situated on Shoreham High Street. It is one of the oldest surviving buildings in the United Kingdom.

Landscape and Wildlife

Shoreham supports a diverse range of wildlife and fauna. With mudflats to support wading birds and gulls, flood plains that attract dragonflies during the winter months and the downs which attract at least 33 species of butterfly, Shoreham is buzzing with wildlife. The Adur district is especially popular with wildlife as it has a variety of habitats in one small area, such as lagoons, expanses of sand, freshwater and reed beds, butterfly meadows and so much more!

Visit Shoreham

Quite simply, Shoreham is bursting at the seams with history and stunning wildlife. There is so much to see and do in this beautiful town. You could wander round the old churches, visit the shops, watch the incredible air display at the annual Shoreham Air Show, visit Shoreham Fort or tickle your taste buds in one of Shoreham’s many farmer’s markets. Whatever you fancy, Shoreham is bound to offer it.

The DMB Guarantee

So, if you live in Shoreham and are keen to get a loft conversion, look no further than DMB. We take care of absolutely everything for you – from your initial idea through to survey, planning legislation, design, build and those all-important finishing touches. There are so many types of loft conversion but, here at DMB, we are experts in all of them. After all, we’ve had years of experience at turning an unpromising attic space into a bright, spacious room with a view.

Working with your idea, we will quickly make it happen. By seamlessly integrating the entire process, DMB will deliver your project with minimum disruption, on time and on budget. So, why not give us a call today and discuss your loft conversion. Let us take your home to new heights in Shoreham!

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