Expanding the Home

If you’re considering a house extension, you’ve probably been thinking about this for a long time. Most homeowners have something that they would like to change about their property whether they’re in Park Gate, Southampton or the surrounding areas. For some, nothing less than a full scale remodel can create the home of their dreams.

When considering house extensions, you’ve probably found overwhelming options. That’s because, with any house extension, the choices are yours. You can choose between a rear extension, a kitchen extension, a garage conversion, or a loft conversion. We’ll help you make the best choice by considering your property’s natural boundaries and architectural style.

The point is that with Eco Home Extensions, you can get the extension you want, whether you’re looking for a new living space or a new bedroom. We’re here to help. Don’t worry about the local authority. At Eco Home Extensions, we’ll ensure that we follow all codes to the letter.

Plus, we’ll be able to help with planning permission. If you live in a conservation area, you should always double check what development is not permitted before planning for your extension. We’ll make sure to follow local guidelines, and we can even offer EIC, which are necessary for resale. Get your free quote.

Great Benefits of House Extensions

Expanding your home comes with many key benefits, and working with us means that process can be easy and smooth. We’ve listed only a few of them here.

Improved Value

With a house extension, you can add to your property’s value. Consider the addition an investment toward the future of your home.

Variety

You can choose from multiple styles of extension to ensure you’re integrating your house extension and architectural style.

No Planning Permission

With permitted development, you won’t have to worry about the hassle of getting planning permission.

One Team

Construction is easier than ever, with just one team to handle all of your extension needs. Contact us to learn more about our team.

Great Light

Whether you’re looking for large patio doors or a roof lantern, we can ensure that your house extension adds more natural light.

Wow Factor

Change your home today by rejuvenating an older space and giving it a new flair with one of our extra quality features.

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The Next Era of House Extensions

Truly, a house extension is more than just trying to improve the value of your home. It is about trying to find a home that speaks to you. We’ve seen countless examples of people making their house extension into a home gym, an office, or a playroom for children.

Considering that adding an extension can increase the value of your home, you’ll want to plan carefully. If you are looking for a new kitchen, or loft conversion, we can help. Just talk to us about how you envision the space being used.

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Windows, Doors & Details

However you decide to use your new house extension, we can help. We offer a wide variety of windows in aluminium and uPVC, including casement, tilt and turn, or sliding sash. If you’re looking for windows that match your current design, just give our Park Gate team a call, and ask about our selection of RAL colours.

Furthermore, we have a wide range of entrance doors to sliding patio doors, French doors, and even bifolding aluminium doors, for a dramatic entrance to your garden. Consider how to add superior features to a glass room or rear extension.

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Beautiful Façades for House Extensions

Talk to our Park Gate team about the exterior materials of your next house extension. We know that many local authorities can have stringent rules on allowable materials. So let us know whether you’re looking for brick, stone, timber cladding, or fibre cement. We can talk about the options available to you.

If you have a specific idea for your exterior, let our Park Gate team know so that we can understand your needs. We’ll talk about our prices for class brick or chic charred timber cladding. If you’re trying to avoid planning permission, speak with us about single storey or timber frame extensions.

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Contact our Park Gate team to quote a new house extension. We know that you have questions, and we have answers. Give us a call so that we can help you out. We can give you an initial quote and schedule a survey of your property. We look forward to hearing from you!

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FAQ's

Considering a large scale change like a house extension is a big decision. That’s why we try to show you our frequently asked questions, to make sure that you understand what you’re getting into. If you have a question you don’t see posed here, don’t hesitate to contact our Park Gate team to talk more about your house extension today.

  • I’ve just started looking at house extensions; where do I start?

      The first question to answer is what the planned use for your home extension will be. Perhaps your galley kitchen is too tight, or the bedroom for your children is now too small.

      Consider what your home needs first. Once you’ve decided that, you can begin to look at whether a side or rear extension is appropriate for your home.

      Finally, look at the Planning Portal website to get an idea of the permitted development and potential obstacles to your build. We’ll try to take care of the rest.

  • What extensions can I do without planning permission?

      There is a surprising amount that you can do with permitted development. First, you may need to start measuring your property and the plans for your extension. Within permitted development, you can build an extension:

      • 6 metres away from the property line, when single storey, or 8 metres away from the property line, when double storey.
      • As long as the single storey extension is below 3 metres high. Or 4 metres within 2 metres of the side of the property.
      • The extension is not over half the property width for a side extension.
      • As long as the extension is not to the front of the house.

      There are a few other restrictions, however, these basics cover a great deal of permitted development.

  • What are your coverage areas?

      We work in Park Gate, Portsmouth, Southampton, Fareham, Havant, Chichester and Guildford, but we can and do travel further for large projects.

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