When planning your house extension, you may look at things such as house extension costs or styles of home extensions. You will probably have your own idea of what you want your home to look like, what you will use your house extension for and how big your extension will need to be. But what about the type of extensions you will need? What types of house extension are there? As experts in home alterations, RB Windows know that extensions are a great way to add value and add extra space to your home. Because of this, we offer a range of house extensions to suit you. From modern flat roof extensions to garage conversions. Here is your guide to the types of house extensions available to you.
What Types of House Extensions Are There?
For single-storey extensions to double-storey extensions, our house extensions make the most of your property space, giving you complete control over design. We specialise in extensions designed to join to existing buildings as well as professional garage conversions. When deciding on the type of house extension you would like, there are two main types, tiled roof extensions and flat roof extensions.
Tiled Roof Extension
Tiled roof extensions are an extremely common type of house extension. If you are looking for a home extension that will complement your home and fit in with existing brick and tile work on your home, then a tiled roof house extension is the perfect option.
Due to the sturdy nature of the design, a tiled roof extension is ideal for those who want to use their new space year-round, not just in the winter months. Every tiled roof extension we build is fully bespoke, with materials sourced to complement your home. We project manage your tiled house extension to ensure every roof has structural calculations made and meets tight regulations.
Flat Roof Extension
If you are looking for a stylish house extension to add value to your home, a modern flat roof extension could be the best type of house extension for you. Whether you are looking to extend your kitchen, add extra living space or simply make the most of your property space, a flat roof extension could be the best way to add valuable space to your home. A t RB Windows, we specialise in GRP fibreglass flat roofs which can be laid over felt, rubber or started completely fresh as part of your house extension.
Whatever type of home extension you choose, always make sure that you have the correct planning permission in place before you start your house extension. Find out more about planning permission guidelines for house extensions and the types of home extensions we offer here.