Smart Living Place is widely known for the quality of our work in respect of loft conversions but another area we specialize in as a company is extensions.

It is not unusual for clients to call our home extension team to discuss extending a single room or to discuss building a large extension on their property. House extensions have become increasingly popular over the years and continue to grow in popularity.

As a company offering property based extension services we not only work on domestic extensions but on commercial extensions too. This can be for office blocks and other commercial based properties where they are looking to extend the space they currently have perhaps to increase the number of staff members they can house or to increase their storage capacity.

Types of Properties

We have worked on a number of different types of properties over the years and we know that no two properties are the same mainly because no two clients are the same. It is important to make sure that every property and project is evaluated correctly because some types of properties may require specialist-working methods based on their age, size or style. Below are some examples of the types of properties we have worked on previously:

  • Bungalow Extensions
  • Granny Flat Extensions
  • Contemporary House Extensions
  • Terraced House Extensions
  • Victorian House Extensions

Types of Rooms

We have worked on a number of different types of properties over the years and we know that no two properties are the same mainly because no two clients are the same. It is important to make sure that every property and project is evaluated correctly because some types of properties may require specialist-working methods based on their age, size or style. Below are some examples of the types of properties we have worked on previously:

  • Bungalow Extensions
  • Granny Flat Extensions
  • Contemporary House Extensions
  • Terraced House Extensions
  • Victorian House Extensions

Many people think that there are only a few types of extensions that you can have in your property when in fact it is possible to extend pretty much any room or area on your land provided you have the correct approval from your local government. We have listed some examples of the type of Rooms, Spaces and locations both inside and outside of the property that you could expect to be extended.

  • Basement and/or Cellar Extensions
  • Conservatory / Sunroom Extensions
  • Garage Extensions
  • Garden Room Extensions
  • Loft Extensions
  • Room Extensions including Utility Room and Kitchen Diner Extensions
  • Roof Extensions including Flat Roof and Rooftop Extensions

Types of Extensions

We have worked on a number of different types of properties over the years and we know that no two properties are the same mainly because no two clients are the same. It is important to make sure that every property and project is evaluated correctly because some types of properties may require specialist-working methods based on their age, size or style. Below are some examples of the types of properties we have worked on previously:

  • Bungalow Extensions
  • Granny Flat Extensions
  • Contemporary House Extensions
  • Terraced House Extensions
  • Victorian House Extensions

Many people think that there are only a few types of extensions that you can have in your property when in fact it is possible to extend pretty much any room or area on your land provided you have the correct approval from your local government. We have listed some examples of the type of Rooms, Spaces and locations both inside and outside of the property that you could expect to be extended.

  • Basement and/or Cellar Extensions
  • Conservatory / Sunroom Extensions
  • Garage Extensions
  • Garden Room Extensions
  • Loft Extensions
  • Room Extensions including Utility Room and Kitchen Diner Extensions
  • Roof Extensions including Flat Roof and Rooftop Extensions

As with the many types of rooms, spaces and locations inside and outside of a property that can be extended there are a number of types and styles of extensions that our clients can select when extending a particular part of their property. We will not go into all the finer details of what each of these mean but if you have any questions surrounding any of the following types or styles of extensions then please do not hesitate to give us a call.

  • Dormer Extension
  • Ground Floor Extension
  • Modern House Extensions
  • Modular House Extensions
  • Prefabricated Home Extensions
  • Single and Double (Two) Storey Front, Rear and Side House Extensions

Types of Materials

We have worked on a number of different types of properties over the years and we know that no two properties are the same mainly because no two clients are the same. It is important to make sure that every property and project is evaluated correctly because some types of properties may require specialist-working methods based on their age, size or style. Below are some examples of the types of properties we have worked on previously:

  • Bungalow Extensions
  • Granny Flat Extensions
  • Contemporary House Extensions
  • Terraced House Extensions
  • Victorian House Extensions

Many people think that there are only a few types of extensions that you can have in your property when in fact it is possible to extend pretty much any room or area on your land provided you have the correct approval from your local government. We have listed some examples of the type of Rooms, Spaces and locations both inside and outside of the property that you could expect to be extended.

  • Basement and/or Cellar Extensions
  • Conservatory / Sunroom Extensions
  • Garage Extensions
  • Garden Room Extensions
  • Loft Extensions
  • Room Extensions including Utility Room and Kitchen Diner Extensions
  • Roof Extensions including Flat Roof and Rooftop Extensions

As with the many types of rooms, spaces and locations inside and outside of a property that can be extended there are a number of types and styles of extensions that our clients can select when extending a particular part of their property. We will not go into all the finer details of what each of these mean but if you have any questions surrounding any of the following types or styles of extensions then please do not hesitate to give us a call.

  • Dormer Extension
  • Ground Floor Extension
  • Modern House Extensions
  • Modular House Extensions
  • Prefabricated Home Extensions
  • Single and Double (Two) Storey Front, Rear and Side House Extensions

So you have decided on the area of your property you would like to extend, the type and style of extension you would like to go for so now we start getting down to the finishing touches for your extension… The materials you would like to use.

Some clients prefer to use just one material (where possible) whereas others prefer to use a combination of materials because of the look and feel that they give once the project is finished. There are a wide range of materials and finishes to chose from when building an extension or extending a room and we have included some of the more popular ones below.

  • Glass Room (including Box Rooms) House Extensions
  • Wooden house extensions including timber framed and oak Extensions

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