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Wraparound Extension is a Popular, Cost-effective Choice Today
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What is a Wraparound Extension?
Why is a Wraparound Extension the Pick of the Bunch
- These conversions add maximum room space and exhaust minimum ground area.
- They add to the amount of natural light on your property by integrating ceiling windows or large windows into new wall surface areas.
- They endow you with a sense of connected living by forming a bridge between your house and garden.
- They merge your inner comfort with the freshness of the outdoors.
- They are a cost-effective idea to make the most of your build.
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Other Types of Extensions
Side and Rear Extension
What Purpose can a Wraparound Extension Serve?
- Play Areas
- Dining Areas
- Utility Spaces
- Relaxation Spaces
- Open-plan Kitchens
What is the Wraparound Extension Cost?
- The size of your floor space you have available for the construction
- The height and width of your extension
- The structural work involved
- If external work is also needed, such as decking
- Materials and finishes you pick
- Number of windows you choose
- Architects, planning, and legal fees
Cost Factors Detailed:
- Whether you want sliding glass doors – which should be safe and secure as they are exposing your house to the outdoors
- Number and sizes of windows you want installed
- Whether specialist glazing is your priority
- Your home orientation and location to get the most of light from glazing
- Whether Velux or roof windows will work for you
Structural Work, If Needed
Professional Services Cost
- Structural Engineers
- Planning Fees
- Architects Fees
- Tree Surgeons Costs
- Legal Fees – Especially if the Extension Affects a Common Boundary
Materials and Finishes Used
Things You Would Need to Ponder on
- Building construction – whether a block, brick, tiled, or panelled exterior would do.
- Roofing – if it should be a flat roof, a pitched one, or a double height.
- Doors and windows – if you should go for uPVC, custom glazing, or bespoke frames.
- Insulation – whether fibre foam or extruded PVC insulation shall be used to conserve energy.
- Internal fittings – includes everything from the walls finish and ceilings to electrical installations, flooring, and utilities, such as gas pipes.