If you’re looking for a way to increase the size of your home in a reliable way, a rear house extension might be just the way to go. A house extension can add a lot to your properties, and one of the best ways to perform one is simply by extending your home to the rear, as you probably have some space to use in your rear garden, and it won’t change how your home looks from the front.
A rear house extension is one of the cheaper house extension options available out there and requires very little in the way of planning permission. You are pretty much free to do whatever you want with your rear extensions. With our help, you can effortlessly add more space to your home for the best price you could imagine.
If the space you have available in your home is no longer enough for you, you might think a move is the only option left for you, but this is far from the truth. There are many ways in which you can expand the space you already have in your home. By utilising a house extension you can not only increase the space available, but also add value to your home.
A side extension involves expanding the house to the side, though no side extension can be wider than half the width of the original house. It’s always important to keep height restrictions in mind when planning out a project. If your side extension is only one storey high and the materials you’ll be using match the ones already implemented in the building, no planning permission is required.
If you’re looking for an ideal way for creating additional living space in your home in an easy, affordable way, a single-storey house extension may be just what you need. Add an extra room or simply add more windows to ensure that your existing living space gets even more natural light. With our help, you can add a single-storey house extension quickly, efficiently, and cheaply.
One of the main benefits of a single-storey extension is that it doesn’t require planning permission, as long as it uses the same materials that the rest of the home uses. Because it’s a relatively simple form of extension, spanning only one floor, there are virtually no limits regarding where you can take this extension horizontally, and the costs are kept relatively low.
A double-storey house extension can be just what you need to transform your home into a bigger, more welcoming space for you and your family. Whether you just want to increase the living space in an existing room or add a whole new room altogether, a double-storey extension is the ideal way to ensure that you get much more mileage out of your old house, even if it looks like you’ve grown out of it.
Additionally, a double-storey extension can prove to be an even more cost-effective solution than single-storey extensions, as the extension itself can spread the cost of the foundations and the roof, and as a result, the average construction cost per square metre is lowered. In many cases, double-storey extensions don’t require planning permission, e.g. when it isn’t taller than the highest part of your roof. Make sure you do the proper research before deciding on this form of extension.
One popular form of house extension is the addition of a conservatory. However, while a traditional extension’s main role is to simply add more space and look similar to the rest of the house, a conservatory extension always stands out and is meant to be a way to open up your property to the outdoors. While in the past many conservatories contained brickwork, more modern approaches usually forego bricks altogether and are comprised almost entirely of windows.
The price is one of the biggest advantages of a conservatory, as it’s much cheaper than a traditional extension, allowing you to expand the space within your home for a lower price. They can be used as the perfect place to unwind and enjoy all the benefits of the outdoors regardless of the temperature outside.
The process usually takes 2 to 3 months, with the design process taking about 2 weeks of that. 6 to 8 weeks are spent on planning permissions, and then building regulation approval can take another 2 weeks.
No, we can work on your home with you still living and properly functioning in your home. We do our best to limit any disruptions to your lifestyle while we work.
This depends entirely on the type and scope of the extension, as well as external factors – projects that involve exterior modifications will take longer in the winter months, for example.