We are half way through this project now.with the building weather tight, the internal work is pushing on and external cedar cladding is being fitted.with the aluminium frames next we will soon be ready for plastering. We will then be moving on to the refurbishment of the existing building.
We built this large 60m2 rear extension onto a lovely period house using classic building methods with a modern approach to design and products.Blockwork walls with a rendered finish kept the exterior in keeping with the house. Big roof steels and large timber roof joists covered with Fibreglass made up the warm roof system.Three Large flat roof sky lights and large sliding glass doors made the space feel even bigger and brighter.A wet system underfloor heating will also keep it warm in the colder months.
we carried out this loft conversion to a family home in hastings.the family needed the extra room so with the addition of a flat roof dormer to the side elevation of the roof and other roof alterations, including a new gable end to replace a low hipped end meant even more space within the loft room.a spacious landing and en suite were nicely fitted within the newly hipped front elevation, with two velux windows making these spaces feel bright we also created ample loft storage within the new eaves and more storage on the new loft landing and under the double wintered staircase leading back down to the first floor.
This project started with a two storey timber framed extension above the existing garage. The ground floor consisted of a large bedroom with en-suite bathroom and kitchenette, the new first floor office room has a high vaulted ceiling with a pitched roof dormer on the front and two velux windows on the rear. We then moved on to a complete re-configuration of the existing first floor to allow for a new steel frame projection which accommodates the new steel staircase and lift. The new first floor reconfiguration also allows for a very large open plan kitchen living area with vaulted ceilings leading on to a large balcony. The existing ground floor was fully refurbished to create a large master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk in wardrobes, the ground floor also has additional bedrooms, kitchenette,bathroom and snug room leading to an existing conservatory. The house has had newly tiled roof projections, is cladded with Cedral board and had large light aluminium windows windows and doors installed and has been completely finished throughout with new flooring, skirtings, architraves, kitchens and bathroom suites. Photos show before and after images.
We built this rear extension to create a spacious, light flowing room from the kitchen into the picturesque garden. Bringing in as much light and scenery using two sets of bi-folding doors and large roof lanterns. The building is made using a timber frame method with an insulated warm roof and cladded with the popular, low maintanence Cedral Board. Inside, the existing kitchen window and rear entrance door were opened up using a steel beam to create the open planned feel from the kitchen to the new extension. With electric underfloor heating even in winter it feels bright and warm.
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