First floor side extension to roof level and full elevation rear single storey extension including two bathrooms and two kitchens.
This conversion of a 1930's semidetached house included the insertion of a steel frame to the existing side elevation to build a full length side extension to the roof level.
Allowing for construction of a self-contained living space. The ground floor included another steel frame inserted to facilitate the removal of existing rear elevation walls and the construction of a full elevation single storey extension.
The extension has 4 new Velux windows in a low pitch roof design and large energy efficient sliding doors.
The internal living space has a newly fitted kitchen, large bedroom and shower facilities.
The open plan family area allows flowing access to the newly paved rear garden area. New electrical and heating services with solar panel roof.