Home Extension Ideas
Extending the kitchen, master bedroom and family room are the most common room extensions. Those three rooms tend to be the most important to home owners, because those are where they spend the majority of their time. If these rooms are on the outer edges of the house, it will be easier to knock down the existing wall and build a new one a few feet farther into the yard. You can use the same materials and colours that already exist in the room or add a completely different element by making the entire wall windows instead. This is also a great opportunity to add a fireplace or other element to the room.
Single Storey Extensions
Extending your home with a single storey extension as opposed to moving to a new house can prove to be a more economic and satisfactory solution that suits your present and future needs. A new single storey extension is a sensible investment that can add to the value of your home and provide the additional internal space required enabling you to make the most effective use of your accommodation.
Double Storey Extensions
A double storey extension can make a substantial difference to your home, not only giving you extra space in your lounge, kitchen, dining room or other living areas, but also increasing the available bedroom accommodation or providing an additional bathroom. A double storey extension often gives you enough space to avoid having to move home, at a cost which is far more affordable.
Side Return Extension
A side return extension is usually used to create extra space in existing rooms or to re-arrange your interior floor plan to create extra space that could include: bedrooms, bathrooms or living space. Side return extensions can also be combined with rear extensions to form a wrap-around extension.
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