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Bodrul and Atifa

Single storey extension

This large single storey extension was paired with comprehensive interior remodelling. 


Works included the addition of a convenient downstairs cloakroom and modern underfloor heating and tiling throughout the ground floor, creating a more comfortable and functional living space. 

We were subsequently invited back to upgrade their first floor bathroom and complete further remodelling works upstairs.


Steve & Lisa 

Two storey extension
This large ground floor and partial second floor extension transformed the living space for this family.

The large kitchen and dining areas are the perfect spaces for entertaining guests.


Michael & Louise

Single storey extension
A rear extension on this family home has transformed the back of their home into a light open space multi-function room 

Nathan and Victoria

Single storey extension


We completed this beautiful single storey extension after being recommended by a previous client.


We were subsequently invited back after completion to convert a large master bedroom into individual ensuite bathrooms.

The extension included water-fed underfloor heating throughout, two roof lanterns and large aluminium bi-fold doors leading out onto a new wrap-around patio. 


Ben and Stevie

Loft conversion

We converted the roof space of this

early 20th century family home from

an unused space into a large bedroom and ensuite bathroom.

Altering the 1st floor layout allowed us

to install stairs up into the centre of the loft room and provided the opportunity

to create a feature wall out of the

original 1900’s brickwork running up through the stairwell.

The four roof lights installed into the front facing roof provide views across trees and parklands whilst the construction of a natural slate cladded rear dormer gives ample space for a double bedroom and ensuite bathroom, complete with walk-in shower.

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Debbie and Martin

Rear Extension

Having extended this couple’s previous home, we were invited back to extend their new home.


Installing steel beams to support both the rear of the main house on one side and a chimney breast, we then removed both the rear portion of the house and chimney on the ground floor.


Removing a pre-existing conservatory meant we were able to install footings, relocating and resolving issues relating to a nearby main sewer drain in the process.


We then built the rear extension, a new roof complete with large roof lights, and installed new slate tiles to match in the main house roof.


This extension also featured an exposed brickwork wall as a feature and lighting installed into the roof soffit area, highlighting the aluminium bi-fold doors and illuminating the garden area in the darker evenings.

Bi-fold doors

Debbie and Alex

Three storey extension

This central Chelmsford town house extension provided a new kitchen, a much larger master bedroom along with a large office room on the

top floor.

The first challenge involved piling and the creation of a ring beam before the brickwork could commence. The roof being constructed of prefabricated attic trusses meant that steel beams had to be installed into the main roof and first floor levels, as well as into the extension.


With this challenge met, we were then able to build the roof, remove the rear walls on the three levels of the extension and start finishing works internally.

Three storey house extension

We installed a large kitchen, complete with underfloor heating throughout the kitchen and dining area, tiled the floor and walls, then decorated throughout the extension.

Finally, our groundworks team laid a patio and reinstated the garden area back to lawn.


Rear Extension, Internal Reconfigurations and Kitchen

Before we started works here there was an extension built by a previous owner to a very poor standard. Part of the extension utilised a single skinned pre-existing coal shed and a split level roof between new walls and the coal shed had been created.


Removing the roof, internal partitioning, and an unused shower room and installing steel beams to the main house meant we that could completely remove the existing roof and replace it in one continuous height, as well as opening up the entire area into one large kitchen / living area.


We installed a roof lantern, aluminium bi-fold doors, and new glazing, before installing a cloakroom, utility room, a new kitchen, and decorating throughout.

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