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In today’s market, house sales are erratic. From a 50 to 70% increase between 2008 and 2014, to almost flatlining or plunging sharply and with little warning, in response to political news, especially in the largely affluent south of the UK. This makes buying or selling a house a risky affair, especially if, like many homeowners, most of your capital is tied up in your home. Moving house is also one of the most stressful things we can do: moving during uncertain times only makes the stress worse!
When in need of more space in ones’ home, one popular option is to extend their home via a house extension. This extension can be in different forms whether its a single-storey extension or a two storey extension. A single-storey extension is generally facilitated by taking up some of the existing garden space or converting an existing sunroom, conservatory, porch or garage etc. On the other hand a double storey extension needs to have a structure built atop an existing single storey of a house. Thus it may prove to be a relatively a bit more costly and will also need the supplementary statutory permissions, as well as rules and regulations set by the local building development or planning authorities.
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With the potential difficulty of moving home in uncertain economic times, many are now looking to alternatives which will enable them to stay in their current locations yet help them expand their space. Building a single-storey extension is a popular solution that provides space whilst adding value to one's home.
The concept of a single-storey extension has become quite popular in the past few decades. This is primarily because they can aid in the expansion of a property with the least amount of hassle. It also goes without saying that it makes for a welcome addition which is practical, increases the value of a home, and also has aesthetic value.
Single Storey Extension Ideas For Less Than £50,000 A budget of £50,000 would comfortably provide the family plenty of options to choose from. Thus they get to choose whether they would want to opt for: A conversion of an existing loft, garage or even a basement, A single storey extension which is considerable larger or A two-storey extension which is of a modest size. However, opting for an extension of a single storey is by far the best since it allows more room for maximization and maneuvering within the b ...
We all love our home, but sooner or later we prefer modifying our necessities, the reasons may vary from a decent promotion to welcoming a new family member. While residential property prices in London ‘sky-high’, house extensions are handy to many of the families. People with growing families are already in a need to cut down their expenses, so house extensions are only obvious explanation whilst ensuring the least burden on your bank account. We, Extension Architecture, a bespoken Architect and Planning Consultant pra ...