Things to Consider When Investing in a Home Extension

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Let’s face it, the majority of people adore their homes. However, it could be getting a little cramped, or parts of it could be outdated. Moving is said to be one of the most stressful moments in our life, and they are correct. It’s also incredibly expensive, which is one of the reasons why so many people prefer to extend rather than relocate. Do you want to add an extension to your home to give it a new dimension? With summer approaching, many families are thinking about their housing goals for 2022.

In the last 24 months, most of us have spent a lot more time inside our own houses, and with all of the uncertainty still hanging over us, many homeowners are deciding to extend their current homes rather than move to a new one. We can project manage any type of extension you desire, so, here are a few things to consider when investing in a home extension.

More space!

Increasing the dimension of your home will provide the extra living space you so desperately need, whether you’re raising a family, taking in guests, or simply seeking to create a little more room to move. There are many different sorts of house extensions, and sometimes all that is required to improve the usefulness of the home is to add an extra room, a larger kitchen, or a home office. Toddlers have quite different needs than teenagers, so an extension could be a terrific way for your family to get that extra amusement, hobby room, or home gym. There are numerous house extension ideas available: consider what your family requires the most and how you may expand your home to meet those demands.

Planning permission

You’ll almost certainly need planning permission unless the single-storey expansion has Permitted Development Rights. An extension must meet a number of restrictions and conditions in order to be granted Permitted Development Rights. For a formal statement on planning authorization, contact your local government. It’s also worth asking if the extension requires building regulations approval, which you may find out from your local building control officer.

How much value is it going to add?

The increased space provided by an extension should not be the only benefit to the house; it should also boost its market value. The size of the extension, where you live, and the quality of the design and installation are all factors that will determine how much it raises the value of your property.