Most commonly referred to as an "extension" the side or rear extension is probably what you will be looking for, you will need a builder and usually an architect to draw up some plans for your builder to work from and to give you an idea of how the finished extension will be.
As you may need planning permission for your side or rear extension, you may want to call in an architect early on, he can advise you and help you decide on how best to approach the extension and reduce disruption to your day to day living while the project is in progress.
These are quite rare, but growing in popularity, better suited for those wishing to extend a kitchen area or add a little extra living space to the rear of the property. Orangeries look stunning and are a combination of a traditional extension and a conservatory and a perfect choice for a single storey rear extension.
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To the right you can see a stunning rear orangery extension on a period property bringing an astonishing amount of natural light into the propertyand creating a large amount of extra living space for relaxing and dining.
An orangery is often used to extend the downstairs to provide an enlarged kitchen, dining and relaxing area which can be used all year round to make the most of your property.
These are the most common types of extension and of course, the most affordable, with conservatories starting at just £4,000, however they offer very little extra living space and are usually more frequented in the Summer months.
Conservatories can be designed as large as you need and require much less building work so if you are considering a conservatory for your home, why not give us the opportunity to quote on it?
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