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12th February 2018

Top 5 Single Storey Extension Ideas

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When you live in a single storey home, you will soon find that there isn’t enough space for you and your family. As your family grows, so does the amount of stuff you have. From home furnishings to children’s toys, clothing and more, adding a single storey extension to your home will give you the space you need.

What Is a Single Storey Extension?

When many homeowners hear the word extension, they begin to see large amounts of money flying out the window as builders begin construction. This isn’t necessarily the case. A single storey extension can add beauty and value to your home and give you some much needed space as well. Most house extension ideas consist of creating a new room alongside an existing room or taking an existing space and making it larger. Whichever path you choose, the first step is to choose a reputable designer who is knowledgeable and experienced in creating house extension designs that suit your specific needs and style.

Once you have selected a local architect for your single storey extension, you will need to decide just what you want out of your home extension project. Do you want more space, more utility or a combination of both? An additional room can provide more space, but you could also make it a purpose-built room such as a conservatory, library or additional bathroom.

Here Are Our Top 5 Single Storey Extension Ideas

Conservatory-A conservatory is a small room built on side of the house and includes many windows on the walls and ceiling. They are quite common in the UK. Although a conservatory and a sunroom seem similar, they are built for two very different purposes. A conservatory can add sunlight and warmth to your home while providing a horticulturists dream room where they can keep their plants safe from the elements while caring for them.

Sunroom-sunrooms are popular in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and some European countries. Like a conservatory, a sunroom is built as a wall of windows, but instead of being used to house plants, it is designed for recreation and entertaining. Think of it as an indoor patio where you can relax in the sunshine while still staying cool on those hot summer days.

Annexes-You may have read about adding an annex to your home and it is a good choice for those looking for innovative house extension ideas. An annex is a garden building that can be used as a self-sufficient accommodation with kitchen, bedroom and bathroom spaces, or it can be used by hobbyists as a workshop.

Veranda-If you like the outdoors but find the constant chance of rain to be a problem, a covered outdoor room such as a veranda or loggia could be the answer. This single storey extension idea provides comfortable seating for guests as well as protection from the elements.

Extend an Existing Room-when thinking of house extension ideas, perhaps extending an existing room could give you the space you need and make your dream kitchen a reality. Adding an extension to your home can include making your kitchen larger, adding space to your living room or adding a spare bathroom for guests. Whichever you choose, you will be adding value to your home and providing a more comfortable space for your family.

For more advice call today 01252 714 985 or email admin@lewisvisuals.co.uk. If you enjoyed this article, please feel free to share it on your favorite social media sites.

 

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