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First Floor Side Extension Plans Submitted, Approved and Built - Orrell, Wigan

A First Floor Side Extension in Orrel, Wigan Submitted, Approved and Built! 


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Single Storey Rear Extension, Double Storey Side Extension & Loft Conversion, Liverpool

A truly stunning transformation with an entire house renovation in Liverpool. 


Our clients had big plans with a single storey rear extension creating a much desired open-plan kitchen with French doors overlooking their garden. A double storey side extension included removal of the garage and utility room to extend over to the boundary and a loft conversion with rear facing dormer windows.  



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Single Storey Extension Design - Ashton-in-Makerfield

We were appointed by our client to reconfigure and extend their property on Poplar Ave in Ashton-in-Makerfield, Wigan. With the intention of creating a large open plan kitchen/dining room, new utility and down stairs shower room creating a more practical setting. 

The property already had an existing extension which the client felt didn’t suit their needs and consequently became an unused space. When re-designing the ground floor layout, we decided to demolish the existing extension and make use of the existing space. 

This allowed us to create the new open-plan ground floor layout and make a fresh start with the design. Opting for a flat roof extension, we were able to allow ample amounts of natural light with a combination of large Bi-folding doors and a roof lantern.



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Replacing Your Conservatory - Extension Plans Drawn

Is your existing conservatory in need of some serious TLC? 

Are you thinking of adding a conservatory to your home? 

It's common for customers to come to us looking for advice on whether to replace their existing conservatory or whether they should build one in the first place or opt for a rear extension. 

Here are three reasons we often give customers to build an extension instead of a conservatory to extend their home: 

An extension becomes part of your existing home.   

If you are building a conservatory without building control approval, it will need to be kept separate from your existing home with a thermal barrier such as a set of doors. An extension will need building control, but this also means you can have the extra space open and as part of the rest of your home. 

Many customers with existing conservatories tell us that they rarely use their conservatory because it’s just not ready to use whenever they feel like it. It’s always shut off from the rest of the house making it too cold in Winter and too hot and stuffy in Summer. 

For example, you could use a rear extension to create another living room to the rear of your home that is completely open to the existing kitchen and dining room. 















You can still keep your extension full of natural light 

Some of our customers worry that by replacing their conservatory with a rear extension, they’ll lose out on natural light. 

This is not the case. You can incorporate plenty of glass in to your extension design. Bifold doors, large feature windows and Velux or lantern lights in the roof allow as much natural light into the new space as well as the rooms at the rear of your home. 

An extension is more versatile 

While a conservatory can only really have a single use, an extension could be used as a kitchen, dining room or lounge, or even be split into multiple rooms. 

Not only are you able to split the extension into multiple rooms, you can also use the extra space you’ve gained to make existing rooms in your home larger. 

Many of our customers use rear and side extensions to make their existing kitchen larger, add a utility room and an extra lounge to their home. Something they wouldn’t be able to do with a conservatory of a similar size to the extension we designed with them. 


Our customer at Wigan opted to create an open plan kitchen, giving them a more useable and practicable family space to the rear.

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Extension Plans Wigan and the surrounding area and Architect ural Designer Drawings Drawn Wigan for Planning Permission and Building Regulations. Planning Applications Designed, Submitted for Approval. Building Regulation Drawings and Plans Drawn Up for Building Regulation Approval. 

Single Storey Extension Plans for Building Regs Approval

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Whether you’re a homeowner looking to make some changes, or a company that just needs a little help with the plans - we can help! 

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Planning Permission Approved – Single Storey Extension – Billinge

Planning permission approved for our client’s grand single-storey rear extension in Billinge. Their extension has a duel-pitched roof including Velux windows with large bi-folding doors both of which make an amazing difference; the new layout is now flooded with natural light. Our clients now can enjoy an entertaining space that overlooks their garden.



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Planning Permission – Two-Storey Side Extension Submitted – St Helens

 We have recently drawn and submitted plans for a two-storey side extension to the council in St Helens. The new scheme boasts a new ground-floor playroom as well as creating a new master bedroom upstairs, giving our clients the much-needed space they need for their growing family. As part of the design, we were instructed to retain as many existing structural elements as possible; this greatly reduces building costs. 



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Extension Plans, St Helens and Architect, Architectural Designer, Drawings Drawn St Helens for Planning Permission and Building Regulations. Planning Applications Designed, Submitted for Approval. Building Regulation Drawings and Plans Drawn Up for Building Regulation Approval in St Helens. 

Building Regs Construction Drawings Approved with Steel Calcs – Windle, St Helens

Construction drawings completed and approved by Building Control ready for our client’s single-storey rear extension build in St Helens. The new design opens up part of the rear elevation, giving them the much-needed dining and open-plan kitchen space they desired. With this new layout in place, they will be able to host all their family and friends for meals and get-togethers. The stunning bi-fold doors are positioned onto the rear elevation overlooking their landscaped garden, providing an area to relax and enjoy the benefits of indoor-outdoor living. In addition, a Velux window positioned in the roof space maximises the natural light, creating a light and airy feel. 



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Athtech Designs Ltd. - Planning Permission and Building Control Assistance

 Athtech Designs can guide you through the planning stages and create bespoke building plans at cost-effective prices!




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Why its important when choosing the right Builder - Architectual Plans

It’s beautiful to conceive the plan of building your dream home, but if the dream is committed into the wrong hands, it could end up being your nightmare. Our platform will provide you with a list of builders who are the best in their field. 



Research 

Whether you heard from a friend or your architect recommended one for you, there’s nothing wrong or right in this, the most important thing is getting the right builder for your building project. The one who’ll execute it with great construction know-how. 

The recommendation appears to be a very resourceful and important way. In a situation whereby you have a friend who had had a building project done by a particular builder, that friend could link you up with the same builder who might end up getting your project done. Provided if a smooth relationship exists between them when they had the business deal. 

Another source could be online review sites where you get to know about local builders and several projects they’ve executed. You also get to know about the feedbacks of people who have given them projects, and you could decide to choose your builder from the list. 

It’s important to carry out some further checks on the builders you’re about giving your project to, which will help you decide who’s best for the construction. You should always go for the best you know. 

What we routinely do is tell people to pick three from the list of builders they have, then speak to them. Speaking to these three affords you the opportunity of getting information about their price and area of expertise. We don’t advise you to speak to many builders because that could take a great deal of time and in the end, you might get confused. 

It’s always better to speak to more if the selected three don’t get back to you with their responses. The pricing should be carefully and accurately carried out by having your builder do structural calculations and building regulation plans. 

It’s also possible to receive thousands of feedbacks, we understand analyzing these could be a daunting and complicated job for you. Don’t worry! Speak to your architect, and get his opinion about it. The job is always easier if you carry your architect along with the proceedings of the research since he’s more experienced than you. 

Ensure the builder provides you with the breakdown of the entire costing, this not only helps you make a comparison with others but also signals at you if there’s an item not being included. All items must be included to avoid missing out on any important thing and also to not make the costing look cheaper than it is. 


Checking 

With your dream home in view, you could have some companies do the checking phase for you while all you need do is pay them, and you can also choose to do this yourself, which will end up saving you a fortune. 

From previous projects I have seen so far, I found the decorating and finishing of these projects poorly done. I understand deciding to do your building decoration could be way cheaper and also sounds good to you, but I’d rather recommend that you allow professionals do it for you. That’s the only way you can have your dream home become a reality. 

Furthermore, you should make it a duty to visit the previous projects your potential builder has done. Take time to examine if things were accurately and skillfully carried out. Also, ask questions from the house owners, get to know more about this builder and his staff. Observe critically the tone of the house owner as he relates to you.You could also carry out some checks online, to know the previous and current financial state of the company. That will prevent you from getting your money into the wrong hands. 


Finally 

It can’t be overstated that before you sign the business deal with the builder, there must exist a level of freeness between you and your builder. That will help you to ask him any question or even make certain requests. When I said questions, I meant necessary and important questions relating to the project.Your questions should be prompt enough, and they should address your concerns early before they become difficult to address. Conversely, if your builder is someone you think does not meet these criteria, do yourself a great good by choosing another.Another thing you shouldn’t do is allow your builder to intimidate you. They know more than you as regards the job at hand. Let them know what exactly you want, and ask them questions whenever you feel like it. In all, make sure your builder is someone you can always have access to and ready to provide answers to your questions.


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