How long it takes to build a kitchen extension and how much it will cost, are the most common questions that the customers normally ask the builders.
A standard built kitchen extension normally takes between 6 weeks and 12 weeks, depending on circumstances and Technical Specifications.
For example, digging the foundation manually, will add time and cost to the building project.
Using a mechanical digger will speed up the job and will cost less, if access to the building site permits.
The cost of building a kitchen extension can vary between 30k and 120k. The builders will consider the type of roof, walls, windows, floor, electrics and plumbing, finishing, etc – you requested, when giving you a price.
Having no access to the building site, means extra cost to the Building Company by using a Concrete Pump to carry the concrete to the foundation.
Pouring the concrete into the foundation
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London Conversions Builders can help you transform your roof space and loft into a bedroom with en suite bathroom, office or studio flat.
We can convert any type of roofs and lofts, including London’s Listed Buildings and Conservation Area.
Most of the Victorian houses in London can have a side-return extension.
Due to the space available, an open plan ground floor – kitchen, is a very popular choice.
A common problem when building an extension to a terraced house is the access to the building site. The builders have to go through the main house with the materials. Most often than not,ground floor refurbishments is required as the walls and floor can be damaged during the building works.
A Belgian water tower built in 1938 and used during the war as a watchtower was converted into a family home with spectacular results. The conversion works started in 2007.
The Building Conversion now boasts a garage with parking space for two cars, a study room, guest bedroom with it’s own en suite bathroom,a master bedroom, main bathroom, Living room, kitchen and dining room,and on the roof, a terrace.
Living room & Dining Room
New Planning Permission regulations will allow people to build bigger house extensions than ever before, up to 8m long for detached homes and 6m for others.
The new Planning rules on extensions are expected to be only for limited amount of time, the idea behind this is to reinvigorate the construction industry by taking away the planning officers from building projects and hoping that the builders will take full advantage of the new planning rules.
Homeowners and businesses will, for a limited time, be able to build much bigger extensions without planning permission than they can at present.
The new Permitted Development Rights will make it easier to install conservatories and loft extensions without going through weeks of planning bureaucracy, the prime minister promised.
Full planning permission – required for extensions of more than three or four metres from the rear wall of any home – will only now be needed for those reaching beyond 8m for detached homes and 6m for others.
Businesses will be able to expand shops by 100 square metres and industrial units by 200 square metres.
lmost 200,000 households apply each year for permission to make improvements such as conservatories, rear extensions and garage conversions.
Application fees are typically £150 and professional fees can cost thousands more.
Under the current “existing permitted development” rules, single-storey rear extensions and conservatories can be constructed without planning permission as long as they do not extend beyond the rear wall of the original house by a set distance.
For semi-detached properties, the current limit is three metres and for detached homes four metres.
Listed buildings aside, you already can build a conservatory up to 30sq metres without planning permission or building regulations. Many side and rear extensions are also exempt provided they conform to standard building regulations.
There are few reasons why people decide to extend a property ;
1. They need more space.
2. They don’t want to move.
3. They invest into the property.
In London most kitchen extensions have a flat roof or a pitched roof. Flat roof kitchen extensions are more popular due to its low cost compared to a pitched roof kitchen extension. Skylights and roof lights are very common, providing the kitchen extension with extra natural light. When building a kitchen extension, our Kitchen Extension Builders can advise you what type of kitchen extension is best for you.
Kitchen Extension with pitched roof
The construction of a Kitchen Extension with pitched roof is slightly more expensive in terms of labour and materials cost.It has advantages over the flat roofs by being more aesthetically pleasing and a longer life span.
Kitchen extension with a pitched tiled roof and a roof window
Pitched roof tiles for a kitchen extension
Kitchen Extension with a flat roof
Most flat roofs for kitchen extension are made of bitumen layers or asphalt and lead.
Kitchen Extension, asphalt flat roof and skylights
Kitchen extension, bitumen flat roof
Combination of a Kitchen Flat Roof and a Kitchen Pitched Roof
Lead flat roof for a kitchen extension
Terrace flat roofing
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Garage Conversion Company in London
Attached or detached Garage Conversions ?
Detached Garage Conversions
If the garage is not attached to the main building the options for a Garage Conversion are limited.
Attached Garage Conversions
In London, UK, Attached Garage Conversions are the best way to extend the main building, also cheaper than detached Garage Conversions.
A Garage Design & Conversion means one thing : There is not much room for external design. However, it should complement the existing main house or property.
Garage Conversion Builders in London
Loft Conversion builders in London
Our Loft Conversion Company enable our customers to use their home to its full potential by having a loft conversions.
The loft roof space can be used to create a bedroom, with or without an ensuite bathroom, a self contained flat and other domestic uses.
We have experience working on Listed Building and Conservation areas.
Garage conversions building company in London
Our builders can convert any type of garages into a bedroom, office, playroom, kitchen, bathroom, gym, home cinema,self contained flat, etc
Under the Permitted Development act, most Garage conversions do not require Planning Permission.