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Extending your home is all about transforming the way you live in it. Choosing to build a single or two-storey house extension will give you the opportunity to create a more cohesive living space that flows inside and out.

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How much does an extension cost?

It will depend on a number of factors, from the size of the extension, to the number of windows, fixtures and fittings. On average, a minimum investment is around £20,000.

Do I need planning permission for an extension?

There are a number of conditions and limits to extending your home, it's advised to check the government planning portal for the most up to date guidance in this area.

Will an extension add value to my home?

A calculator has been released to help owners estimate how much value building an extension will add to their home.The calculation is based on the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures measuring the average cost of a property per square metre – an area about the size of a red phone box – in each local authority in England and Wales The report reveals that a medium-sized extension of 25 square metres currently adds an average of £59,000 to a property price. The estimations are only a guide — the actual value of an extension will also depend on the quality of the construction, what type of room the extension houses and the exact location of the property within a local authority.

How long does an extension take?

Again, this depends on a range of factors from the size of the extension, how long it takes to get planning permission and when the work starts, will the weather be kind? When we provide a quote for extending your home, we'll be able to give you an indication of how long it will take.


Have a job in mind?

We'd love to hear from you to discuss your project further.