Construction of two storey extension including integral garage/store, ground floor shower room, kitchen, and large master bedroom.Luxury vinyl tile flooring throughout kitchen, shower room, breakfast area and dining room.Compact solid laminate worktops with handleless units.
First floor extension and ground floor extension incorporating corner bifold doors. Included substantial remodelling of interior with major structural alterations, three new bathrooms, new kitchen and utility room and decoration throughout.
Virtual demolition and remodelling of bungalow. Including ground floor extensions, loft conversion and complete renovation of existing areas.Works included two new bathrooms, new kitchen, bespoke storage solutions, luxury vinyl tiles, carpeting and decoration throughout.The project also involved extensive landscaping to rear garden, incorporating new retaining wall structure and paving. New driveway and boundary walls with bespoke railings and gates to front of property.
This porch extension was incorporated within an existing front verandah and is set off by the inclusion of bespoke front entrance and gable glazing with vaulted interior to create a grand and welcoming new entrance with ample storage for coats and shoes.
Ground floor kitchen extension, including knock through to create large open plan kitchen diner. Works included flat roof with lantern window, kitchen remodelling, new cloakroom, luxury vinyl tile flooring and decoration throughout.
Ground floor extension including knock through and remodelling of kitchen to create open plan kitchen/dining/living area.Works included large flat roof lantern window, aluminium bifold doors, luxury vinyl tile flooring and handleless kitchen installation.
Complete renovation of six bedroom house including ground floor extension, loft conversion and complete refurbishment of existing property including three bathrooms, kitchen, utility room, engineered timber flooring, decoration and carpeting throughout.
The existing bungalow was protected throughout the build by a temporary roof scaffold. The roof was removed and another storey added. The roof was then reinstated with new tiles. The join between the existing and the new construction is virtually invisible, so much so that the house looks as if it was originally built this way.
This two storey extension was to the side of a 1960s built semi detached property. Materials were carefully chosen to match the existing as closely as possible.