House extension ideas
Building an extension
Why not make your extension a garden room? This kind of structure reminds us of all the light and openness that is typically seen in greenhouse, but it still has the secure structure like an indoor house. We love how this kind of extension really embraces building into the outdoors and welcomes its best elements inside as well! The hidden bonus to this idea is that they tend be less expensive than bricks-and-mortar construction so can be more budget friendly too!
Full width extension
One of the best ways to fill up your property is by using a full-width extension. This option can create lots more floor space on the ground level and doesn't take away from any outdoor garden you may have if it's big enough! Taking advantage of all that available room also means adding an additional dimension or contrast in architectural style as well, so even though there will be some construction needed for this idea, it'll end up being worth every penny because you're doubling your square footage without having to go through too many changes inside. As an added bonus, attaching a porch onto the back half gives plenty of opportunities for socialising outside during those summer months while making further additions possible when necessary - essentially expanding "your home" right before
Roof designs for your rear extension
You may be thinking that a pitched roof is the only option for your new addition, but you would be wrong. When it comes to extending across one side of an entire property, changing up architectural styles can make all the difference aesthetically and functionally. Think about how this home left its eaves as windows while providing two separate rooms with different ceilings heights, just perfect!
Patio extension solution
It's not often you see this type of semi-detached extension idea, but it really is a slice of genius. Our builders can demolish the leaning garage on the side and instead build forward to extend the porch. It creates such an unexpected space that still leaves plenty of room at the front for both a garden and driveway. Our extension builders can also match the original renders to add coordination while incorporating modern elements which does so much more to this house overall.
Rear flat roof extension
Tired of your small home? An easy but effective way to transform any living environment is by adding a simple flat roofed single-room rear extension like we have completed for many a homeowner in the local area. The best advice i can give for these types of extensions is make sure they are designed to allow lots of natural light to flood in, as they can come across as dark and dingy if you avoid this advice. The answer and solution to this problem is incorporating a large sky-light within the flat roof, and also big bi-folding patio doors. This will allow streams of natural light into your new extension project.
Extend long into the garden
Do you have a small house but a large deep garden that has never been put to good use? If so, this could be the perfect opportunity for you. A great way of expanding your living space and adding something new is with an L-shaped extension on the back. With some clever buildin work, you can produce a fantastic amount of liveable space for your home and blend in with the original building as though the new extension has always existed
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