Among homeowners, house extensions are likely the most popular choice to increase living space in their homes. We trust that the house extensions’ purpose is not only to extend the living area but also to make it a functional and beautiful space. Innovative extension projects completed to a high standard will likely increase the property’s value. For this reason, when property owners consider a home improvement project, we advise them to choose an experienced architect. A competent architect will provide you with an optimized layout and design for your property.
Building an Extension – Where to Start?
The house extension can take many shapes and sizes, so there is much to consider before embarking on a house improvement project. There are three main types of extensions; rear, side return and wrap-around extension. One primary consideration in determining how or how far you can extend your house is what kind of property you own. For example, terraced or semi-detached house extension rules differ vastly from detached property rules. Commonly, it will relate to any extension your adjoining neighbours have. Another essential element of house extension rules is whether you intend to apply for Planning Permission or enlarge your home using your Permitted Development Rights. These nationally set Planing Permission guidelines will apprise you of what you can and cannot do without planning consent.
Our Commitment to Clients
At Go Smartbuild, we can handle every stage of any house extension, from obtaining planning permission and building it. With many years of experience, we guarantee that all construction work is carried out to the highest standards. Our experienced team will work closely with you throughout the project to ensure all construction project requirements are accomplished. We will also ensure that the project is delivered on time and within the budget.
Whether you plan to renovate or extend your house, please do not hesitate to contact us. We’re happy to provide you with advice and guidance on the most suitable way to increase livable space in your home.