House Extension Ideas
Building an extension
Redefine the meaning of house with this creative transformation and you'll have an extension that is a garden room. It's not just for plants! Opt to create more space, light, or even turn it into your dream kitchen - whatever suits YOU best. With all these benefits combined in one home improvement project, it will be hard to resist giving new life to your old place at such affordable prices too!
Full width extensions
Adding a full-width extension to your home can create an abundance of new space without taking away from the beauty and charm of your garden. It also provides you with two distinct architectural styles, one for the main house and another in the addition, that are visually pleasing when they contrast against each other. Additionally, attaching a porch or deck on the backside allows you even more room to enjoy those hot summer days while entertaining guests outside!
Change the architectural roof shape
Change up your roof shapes to add a new aesthetic dimension to the exterior of your home. Adding different architectural styles across pitched and flat roofs can make a big difference in how it looks from outside, not just inside! With some clever design decisions you could even separate into two or more rooms with one large-scale extension back onto the property.
A detached house can take the unconventional move of extending their porch with a patio. We can replaced an old leaning garage on one side and created more space at the front, which includes both garden and driveway. We can match this new extension nicely by adding modern elements that compliment well with the original structure, such as concrete walls topped off with wood slats for easy maintenance.
Flat roof rear house extension
This type of extension is good, as long as homeowners make sure to avoid the common mistakes that i see many people fall into with these single-room extensions. The best way forward it to make sure that it lets in as much light light as possible. The use of big bi-folding doors and an oversized skylight ensures that there is plenty of natural illumination in this new space. We love how they contrast with the existing dwelling with its upward extensions to create something really cool and special.
Long rear extensions
The semi-detached house is a peculiar concept. It has two houses that are joined together, but they're not alike and have different structures on their properties. This is a perfect opportunity for a home to go "long" with an L-shaped extension that will create even more space in which it can used thematically. These types of home extensions can really produce much needed space for a smaller type home. Why move when you can just improve!
Many people can't afford to buy or build a new home which is why they choose the option of extending. A ground floor side extension or even a two-storey extension, if your property allows, can cater for many more rooms to be built and gives plenty of extra space for anybody's family to grow in, which is the perfect solution. Especially if you have children who eventually require their own room and independence. One major issue that may arise with home extensions, however, is how it might affect your comfort level within the house as well as whether or not it will be structurally sound enough long term (such things should always be considered before any construction commences. Spend time getting the design right and reap the benefits of your new house extension.