House Extensions Edinburgh Scotland (EH1): At some stage in their lifetime many householders in Edinburgh have to deal with the situation of not having adequate space in their family home. There can be a number of factors why this transpires, it might be a consequence of some change in circumstances where one of the occupants needs to work from home and a workshop or office is required, an increase in clutter and belongings for which there is no longer enough space or a growing family that has outgrown the home. If it is one of those, or some other explanation which brings you to this scenario, you will have to figure out what's the easiest way to get around it.
There are a couple of principal ways that householders employ to get past their lack of space. A lot of property owners in Edinburgh deal with this dilemma by just upping sticks and relocating. To be honest, you may not wish to move away if you're happy in your current neighbourhood. You could possibly remain in the same location and merely move to a larger property which might perhaps be an acceptable solution. The downside for many is that they have invested loads of time and energy into getting their home just the way they want it. If you're happy with your current location and property and would prefer not to relocate, then some type of conversion or extension could be the perfect option in your case.
There are a few different solutions to consider when you're thinking of extending your property in Edinburgh. You could choose from a single-storey house extension, a basement conversion, a conservatory extension, a loft conversion, a garage extension or a two-storey house extension, depending on the layout and design of your house. If the cost is an important issue then you may want to remember that a two-storey house extension or a loft conversion is going to be the most costly of these options, whilst a garage conversion will be the cheapest. The one-storey home extension is the most commonplace sort of extension that you see in Edinburgh.
When you have eventually arrived at a decision on the ideal extension for your circumstances and budget, it is time for you to start searching for builders who are capable of doing the work. It is better to get three or four Edinburgh builders around to check out your property and get a general sense of who's available locally. This should enable you to get some expert guidance on how best to get started and provide you with a number of estimates. This is also a favourable time to determine if the work you are planning will require planning permission. Any decent house extension specialist in Edinburgh really ought to be knowledgeable about the associated legislation.
Planning Permission: There is a good possibility that your proposed property extension project won't even need planning permission, because there have been recent changes to ease these laws, with a large amount of home renovation work coming under Permitted Development. This makes it less complicated for property owners to undertake refurbishments and these new rules took effect in 2019 on May 30th. Even when you do not require planning permission, all of the work will still come under the appropriate Building Regulations which address working standards and safety. You can ask your architect or builder about planning permission, but the most reliable way is to seek advice from your local authority planning department. To read through the most up-to-date planning regulations and rules you can also look on the government authorised Planning Portal.
Property extensions are added for various applications and yours could be useful as a granny annex, a games room, an office, a new bathroom, an extra bedroom, a contemporary kitchen, extra storage, a conservatory or sunroom or a kid's playroom. It's certain to be incredibly beneficial to you, whatever of these you elect to go for.
Home extensions are available in Edinburgh and also nearby in: Dalkeith, Newington, Juniper Green, Musselburgh, Portobello, Ratho, Danderhall, Corstorphine, South Gyle, Bonnington, Loanhead, Leith, Currie, Newhaven, Wallyford, Trinity, Craigentinny.
Recent Scotland House Extension Enquiries
Mr and Mrs Hicks recently requested an estimate for a conservatory extension in Maddiston, Scotland. Filip Turner and Imogen Turner recently enquired about having a garage extension in Winchburgh, Scotland. Mr and Mrs Pipe recently requested a quote for a garage extension in Inverkeithing, Scotland. Bryn and Daphne Butler recently requested a quotation for a bungalow extension in Lockerbie. Daphne and Kaison Ryder recently enquired about getting a single-storey extension in Muir of Ord. Haya and Alec Leonard recently requested an estimate for a conservatory extension in Tranent, Scotland. Mr and Mrs Lucas recently asked for a price quote for a house extension in Hardgate, Scotland. Hugo and Zoya Cann recently asked for a price quote for a conservatory extension in Dalry, Scotland
People in the following Edinburgh roads were recently enquiring about house extension: Pembroke Place, Coillesdene Grove, Dalmeny Street, Bughtlin Loan, South Gyle Park, Waterloo Place, Wardie Road, St. Clair Avenue, Clearburn Gardens, Carrick Knowe Road, Hermand Terrace, Moredun Park Drive, Wallace Gardens, Kirkhill Terrace, Lapicide Place, Longstone Street, Whitingford, Sinclair Close, Liberton Gardens, Broomhouse Avenue, Sandport Street, North Gyle Terrace, Inverleith Gardens, Wauchope Terrace, Orchard Brae West, West Savile Gardens, Greenend Grove, Kenmure Avenue, Viewcraig Gardens, along with these nearby postcodes EH1 1SP, EH1 1SF, EH1 1QL, EH1 1BE, EH1 1TE, EH1 1QN, EH1 1HE, EH1 1TQ, EH1 1LA, EH1 1TU.
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