Adding an extension to your property in Romford is an effective way of creating more living space, perhaps to give you more room for your hobbies or work, or to accommodate a growing family or an elderly relative. It is often a more economical option than moving house, not least because buying a new property incurs stamp duty and estate agent fees – which in some cases might amount to the cost of an extension itself.
Below is a step-by-step guide to the main challenges you will face as you advance from deciding to build an extension in Essex in the first instance, to moving into the final structure.
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House extensions are an excellent way to make the most of your property and to create a space that truly reflects your home. Whether you need additional rooms or simply want to open up the space you already have, we can help maximise your vision.
Extending your home in Upminster, not only allows you to expand your living space but it can also increase the value of your property. More and more people are recognising the benefits of house extensions.
If you own a property that shares a wall with a neighbour, this is called a Party Wall. Whether the party wall is a supporting wall, or not, any work you or your builder does to it could have an effect on the neighbouring property.
If you’re planning any building work in your property that could have structural implications on that wall, you will need to formally issue a notice to the owners of the other properties.