Designing House Extensions In Cheshire
We help home owners bring their house extension ideas to life, guiding you from idea, all the way through to the building work commencing.

We are here to make your house extension as wonderful as possible
Process Explained
Designing House Extensions In Cheshire
We help home owners bring their house extension ideas to life, guiding you from idea, all the way through to the building work commencing.

We are here to make your house extension as wonderful as possible
Process Explained
Designing House Extensions In Cheshire
We help home owners bring their house extension ideas to life, guiding you from idea, all the way through to the building work commencing.

We are here to make your house extension as wonderful as possible
Process Explained
Designing House Extensions In Cheshire
We help home owners bring their house extension ideas to life, guiding you from idea, all the way through to the building work commencing.

We are here to make your house extension as wonderful as possible
Process Explained
Designing House Extensions In Cheshire
We help home owners bring their house extension ideas to life, guiding you from idea, all the way through to the building work commencing.

We are here to make your house extension as wonderful as possible
Process Explained
Designing House Extensions In Cheshire
We help home owners bring their house extension ideas to life, guiding you from idea, all the way through to the building work commencing.

We are here to make your house extension as wonderful as possible
Process Explained
RECENT PROJECTS

House Extensions Designed By housExtend

A selection of our completed projects to illustrate the variety of house types in Cheshire. Note the various designs solutions – everyone has their own unique requirements and we strive to design every extension to WOW the client.

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01.Cuddington House Extension

Large single storey rear extension to a Victorian semi-detached house. The extension was designed to provide additional ground floor space that opened up to the garden – but a key requirement was to keep the extension hidden on the principal elevation and not to change the character of the original dwelling.
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02.Great Sankey House Extension

Single storey rear extension to a 2000’s detached house that replaces the existing conservatory. A vaulted ceiling and full height windows create a perfect family space next to the kitchen, and a space that can now be used all year.
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03.Holmes Chapel House Extension

A single storey rear extension to a terraced house to provide an open plan kitchen-Living-Dining room with lots of natural day light and views onto the garden.
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04.Winsford House Extension

A double storey side extension to a 1930’s semi-detached house to provide secure garage and dining room to ground floor and additional bedrooms to first floor.
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05.Cuddington House Extension

A double storey rear extension and complete reconfiguration of the existing layout to a 19th century detached cottage.
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06.Frodsham House Extension

Single storey rear extension to post war detached house to provide additional sitting room. First floor extension to create additional bedroom.
the process explained

what needs to be done before the builders can start

Learn more about the planning process, and all the steps that need to be taken with examples of each stage and how we can help

Once you have booked in the survey, I would visit the house and spend approx. 1 hour taking measurements and photos of the existing house. I will need access to all rooms and the garden. I will then use this information to draw the existing plans and 3d model

Sketch drawings and 3d views are created of the proposed extensions. Often more than one option is produced for your consideration.

Once the client is happy with the sketch proposal, the drawings are then finalised and submitted to the council for planning approval or if the work can be carried out using permitted development rights, then the drawings are submitted to the council for a Lawful Development Certificate (LDC).

Following planning approval from the council, more detailed drawings are produced that will be used by the builder to construct the extension. A structural engineer may also be required at this stage to provide structural calculations for steel beams etc. This information is then submitted to the council for checking and approval.

Once planning approval and building regulations approval have been granted, your builder can then start work

Ready To Get Started?

Already have a great idea for your house extension? Do you want to get started and book a survey? Contact me today to arrange a convenient time for the survey

Need Some Advice?

If you need advice before making a start on the survey and sketch stages please book a free consultation

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