Is your loft suitable for conversion? There are two easy ways to find out...

If you need more space then watch this week's Real Homes Show to find out when it's really worth converting your loft

This competition is now closed. Head back to the Real Homes TV channel for our latest competition.

If spending so much time at home has made you realise you need more space, then you're not alone. A loft conversion can be the perfect solution, especially if you need extra bedrooms or bathrooms. In the latest episode of the Real Homes Show, we explain how to work out if your loft is suitable for conversion. 

First, you need to see if your loft has the minimum head height required for conversion. And secondly, you need to work out if it makes financial sense to convert. To find out how to do both, simply watch the latest episode of our online TV show (above).

That's not all you'll find in this episode, sponsored by Resi architects. In our first episode coming to you live from lockdown, we've also got lots of ideas for your home and garden, and an amazing competition:

  • How to find out if your loft is suitable for conversion
  • Amazing paint ideas for bedrooms
  • The easy way to clean a stainless steel sink
  • Win £1,000 to spend at Easy Bathrooms

If all that wasn't enough, we've also teamed up with Easy Bathrooms to give one lucky viewer the chance to win a £1,000 voucher to spend on any of its products. This competition has now closed but for out latest competition, click on the top article here.

Laura Crombie

Laura Crombie is a journalist and TV presenter. She has written about homes and interiors for the last 17 years and was Editor of Real Homes before taking on her current position as Content Director for Country Homes & Interiors, 25 Beautiful Homes Period Living and Style at Home. She's an experienced home renovator and is currently DIY-renovating a 1960s house in Worcestershire. She's been quoted on home design and renovating in The Times, The Guardian, The Metro and more. She's also a TV presenter for QVC and has been a commentator for Channel 4 at Crufts dog show.