Your local extensions builder

We provide our customers with the complete building services required to create and finish their extension projects to the highest standards. Customer satisfaction is at the core of our services, and our expertise allows us to manage projects in a way that ensures they’re completed in a timely manner, built to the highest standard, and provide our customers with an extension they'll love. With over 100 years of collective experience, we’ll guide you through the process with the full transparency and professionalism needed to ensure your build leaves you with a space you’re proud of.

What type of extensions do we offer?

We have the expertise to complete any extension project as per the guidelines of an architects drawings, meaning that no matter what type of extension project you need, you’ll have a team that you can trust and rely on. Below we’ve listed some of the most common types of extension works that we complete and what they offer, but if you don’t see your extension project on the list, contact us, and we’ll advise you accordingly.

Single-storey extensions help to create more space on the ground floor of your home and offer a flexible way to change the layout or feel of your property. Whether it’s to create an open plan kitchen diner, utility room, office or gym, a single-storey extension can be a cost-effective option to create the home you’ve always wanted. You’ll also have the opportunity to add new features to your home, such as roof lights, bifold doors, floor to ceiling windows and more. This type of extension can be built on the front, side or rear of your home depending on the space available to you.

Double-storey extensions help to extend your home on the downstairs and upper floors of your home, giving you additional areas for new rooms or spaces. Adding a double-storey extension can help transform your home and may be a more viable option than moving into a larger property, as the costs may be cheaper. This cost of double-storey extensions can sometimes be comparable to single-storey extensions, meaning that it’s worth considering the additional floor if you need an extension and have the space.

Semi-detached extensions are specifically for semi-detached houses and are usually built on the rear, front or side of the property that isn’t attached to another building. They help create additional space in the semi-detached property, such as office rooms, gyms or new bedrooms. Alternatively, they’re a great way to change the layout of your existing space to create something new, like an open plan kitchen dining area.

Terraced house extensions are any extensions on a terraced house, either as single or double-storey builds. They offer a great solution to increase the living space on your property even though you’re limited on space around the building. These extensions are often built on the rear of the property, but in cases, they're attached to the front. Terraced house extensions provide a flexible way to improve the overall size of your property and allow you to reconfigure the spaces inside your property without the expense of moving home.

Bungalow extensions help to expand the ground floor space of your home by adding additional rooms, expanding areas, or changing the layout of your existing spaces. Bungalows typically have ample space around the property, which means there are many options for where you extend your property.

Rear extensions are works that are completed on the back of your property. Most often your home is extended into a garden or outdoor space, and they’re available as single-storey and double storey builds. Adding an extension to the rear of your home will improve the space available to you and open up additional options for the design of your home, such as functional living spaces or office and gym areas. A rear extension will likely add value to your home and offers a great alternative to upsizing to an entirely new property.

Side extensions are designed to be built to the sides or your property, extending your living area and creating a new space for your home. Side extensions are typically preferred when garden space is limited, or homeowners do not wish to lose the outside area behind their home to a new indoor structure.

Side return extensions are built on the rear or side of semi-detached and detached properties. They repurpose the space between your home and other properties and often repurpose disused spaces. Side return extensions often feature large glass panes and help to bring light into the property, helping to expand the space within your home.

Loft extensions are a great way to increase the room inside your home without taking away from space in the outside areas, such as your rear or front garden. Loft extensions can be approached in many different ways, with options for features such as balconies, floor to ceiling windows and smart storage solutions.

If you have room at the front of your home, then a front house extension can help to create new rooms or extend existing spaces. Front house extensions are often used to create porch areas that help create space in the hallway and the other parts of the home. These types of extensions can be single or double-storey depending on what you’re trying to achieve and the space available to you.

Garage extensions create an entirely new space on your property, either as a building attached to your home or as a separate structure. Alternatively if you already have a garage space, you can extend this area outwards or upwards. Whether it’s to extend your living space, or to create new functional areas such as an office or gym, a garage extension provides you with more room in your home.

Kitchen extensions help to extend your kitchen space or can be utilised to create an entirely new area for your kitchen. Whether it’s to create an open plan home, make room for additional furnishings, or introduce additional lighting, kitchen extensions can be a cost-effective way to improve your home and add value in the process. You’ll have the opportunity to revisit the fittings in use and transform the heart of the home.

Orangery extensions are often single-storey extensions that are built with the sole purpose of creating an orangery-like space that’s multi-functional. These extensions are designed to be light, open-plan and seamlessly fit with the wider property. Orangery extensions are best built with light in mind, but ultimately it will depend on where you have available space and the placement or views you’d prefer from the room. These extensions come in many styles, from traditional to more modern options, and they can help complement your existing home.

Porch extensions are a type of extension specifically designed to add a porch to your home. These often take place on the front of the property to introduce an additional space when entering into a home. Porch extensions create an additional area to greet guests, store coats and shoes, and help to free up room in other areas of the property.

Oak frame extensions are a specific style of extension that are built using oak or timber materials. They can be adapted to be modern or more traditional, focusing on adding additional space into your property that is light and stylish. Oak frame extensions are often added to the side or rear of a property and created to extend kitchen and living spaces or an orangery room. They may be a more expensive option than brick extensions, but this also means the value added to your property will be greater. Oak frame extensions can be built as both single and double-storey, and they’ll often be structurally independent of the property it’s being added to.

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What’s required to build an extension?

Before starting any of the building works, you’ll need pre-approved plans from an architect. These plans set out exactly what your extensions will look like and will ensure that any build adheres to applicable regulations and that you’ll be getting the space you dreamt of. If you do not have these plans already, building works cannot occur. We can recommend architects that have been helping our previous customers if you would like some advice on this.

The extension building process explained

To help anyone considering extending their property, we’ve outlined the process that you’ll need to follow. Every extension project is unique, which means the exact route you take through this process may very slightly, but as a general rule, this is what you can expect for home extensions:


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Pre-approved designs

Before any building can commence you’ll need to work with an architect and obtain designs that have been approved. These plans provide the complete scope of work required for us to begin the build process.

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Extension finishes

It’s advantageous for you to provide us with the types of finishes you’d like included in your build, as this will help us to establish an accurate timeline and price. This includes features such as floor coverings, decorations, joinery, electrical points and more.

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Project agreement

After contacting us with your designs, we’ll discuss the price of the build, project start date and any other aspects of the project that need to be considered before any building can commence.

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Extension build

We’ll start work on the build on the agreed start date unless any outside factors such as weather don’t allow us to begin. Your extension will be fully project managed, and you’ll be communicated with throughout the build with progress reports and invitations to view the works at several stages throughout the duration of the build.

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Snag report

Towards the end of the project, we’ll invite you to join us and complete an inspection to highlight any areas that need attention. This gives you the opportunity to view our work before signing off the project, and many of our projects are completed with very few or no snags reported.

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Extension completion

Following the completion of your extension, we’ll handle any relevant installation certifications and contact building control on your behalf (where relevant). We’ll ask you to sign off the project once you’re happy, and we’ll make sure your property is cleaned and presentable for you to start using the space.

How much does an extension cost?

The cost to build an extension will vary per project. This is because there are many variables such as size, the land it’s being built on, where it’s being built, the materials you’d like to use, finishing, and other elements that will vary per customer. Once you have sourced pre-approved plans, we will be able to provide you with a an estimate to help guide you on the price. We’ll talk you through every step of the build and the associated costs to help you understand where your money is being spent and whether you’d like to opt for more expensive or cheaper options in certain areas to keep the budget in line with your expectations. Once you’ve finalised your decision making, we can provide you with a formal quotation with an itemised list to help you see the final cost to build your extension.

Large & small extensions: we can help

No matter the size of extension you need, we have the expertise to deliver your project professionally, on-time and to the level you’d always dreamed of. From small extensions that don’t break the bank but provide your home with that much needed update, to larger extensions that help you to totally reinvent your space, let us know your vision and we’ll let you know how we can help.

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Alternatives to house extensions

If you're considering undertaking building works on your house to either improve, rework or expand, we offer various services to bring your ideas to life. We can advise you on the most feasible and cost-effective solution for your goals if you're unsure of what's the best option for you. Aside from extensions, we offer the following property build services:

Renovations

If you have an outdated space or area that you would like to be revitalised to create a new look or feel, we can design and renovate your area and make your space feel like new.

Conversions

Our conversion services transform existing areas into new spaces with different purposes. Do you have an area such as an attic or garage that you’d like transformed into a living space? We can help

refurbishments

Refurbish your home, building or commercial space and create something new. With over 70 years of management experience, we understand what's needed to complete high-quality refurbishment projects.

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We have over 35 years of expertise in building and improving a wide range of spaces. We possess the expertise to design and install the following areas of any property or home to a high and efficient standard.

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