Everything about house extensions

You need more space, but you don’t want to move. Enter the house extension, the answer to all your cramped home woes. But not all home extensions are created equal. Did you know that there are 5 different main styles of extension to choose from? Do you need help with the process or even finding someone to help you get started with the drawings of your dream extension? Let us know, and we’ll be happy to help.
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Why build a home extension?

Extending your home is an exciting time and one that often turns a house into a dream “forever home”. There are many considerations when embarking on a house-extension project.

Let us help you explore some fundamentals for managing your extension project and ensure you get the most bang for your buck. Make a plan, create a budget & timeline, assemble your team of the right professionals, consult the experts in the industry and build the space of your dreams!

What you need to know

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