If you are considering the building of an extension to any part of your property and you live within the Wirral area then why not get in contact with us for a free of cost, no obligation consultation and estimate – we’ll even bring the biscuits!
15 Years Designing & Building House Extensions Wirral
We’ve been building house extensions in Wirral for over 15 years with hundreds of happy customers who would be happy to provide a reccomendation, in fact, over 90% of work we undertake these days is a result of previous customers referring us to friends and family, which speaks volumes of the standards you can expect from our team
We are full members of Rated People so you can be confident that any work completed will be done to all relevant building regulations.
Types of Extensions
Single Storey Extensions Wirral
Single storey extensions in Wirral built outwards, usually into your garden or patio area is usually used to establish a larger kitchen and dining area or a second reception room. This is a great way of adding more living area to your home. These extensions also present the perfect opportunity to get more natural light into your property with the addition of well placed roof windows and the hugely popular bifold doors.
Multi-storey Extensions Wirral
Multi storey extensions in Wirral are built outward and upard giving growing families extra space over 2 floors and are usually built to the same height as your existing property. Compared with a simple, single storey extension the benefits of multi storey extensions are generally far more. In pure financial terms, the addition of a new bedroom, especially if you factor in a new ensuite to make a new, impressive master suite can skyrocket the value of your property
Over Structure extensions
Over structure extensions are generally built on top of a garage or single storey extension. Unfortunately it’s not always as easy as building right on top of the established structure, specially in the case of a garage where the supporting walls may only be single skin therefore not capable of holding the weight of a further story. Investigation might have to be done to the foundations of the existing building to find out if they’re sufficiently strong enough to take the weight of a further storey.
A porch is usually a small extension to the front or side of your building. Although small a porch can ad useful storage space in your house or be used as a small office space. A porch is a low cost way to add that little bit of extra room you might be looking for.
A conservatory is one of the most popular ways to extend you home because it needs minimal structural work to make quite a substantial addition to the living space in your home. Most Conservatories nowadays are built using UPVC which is both more durable than other material alternatives and at the same time cheaper. Wood in addition to aluminum are also popular choices but are more expensive. The location you decide for the conservatory also brings different advantages. You’ll get a lot of sun in the morning if you choose East Facing, you’ll catch it at the end of the day if you opted for West facing, and with North facing you’ll get a bit of both, although it could end up very cold during the winter. If you have a south facing conservatory you should plan for blinds and ventilation as it could get a little uncomfortable at times.
Get a Quote for Your Extension
We offer free site surveys and quotations 7 days a week for house extensions Wirral, we also discuss viability of different options during the survey as required so please contact C P Joinery today for more information.