Factors To Consider when Buying Site Concrete

October 21, 2016

At times, space in the home may be inadequate to meet your need for space. You may therefore want to move in to the dormer for want of more space or for want of privacy. If the dormer too is just too small to meet your needs, you can get it extended and make it bigger to create adequate space. Dormer extension may look difficult, but it is actually easy if you know what you are doing.

Factors To Consider when Buying Site Concrete

Get More Floorspace and Headroom

Dormer extension can help get more floorspace and headroom from the existing dormer.  You can change the roof to a flat affair. This will help raise the roof to the same level as those of the other rooms in the home. It will therefore create more headroom you so desire. However, you may never be able to get things done by yourself if you do not have the required expertise.  This conversion helps remove height restriction and tends to add more floor space.

No need for Planning Permission

You will never need to bother about obtaining planning permission when you want to carry out domer extension.  Normally, it is categorized among permitted development.  The rules may differ however from one local authority to the other. Therefore, it is very important that you find out what obtains in our locality before you begin the extension. Also, take time to research if any permitted development had been made to this particular property in the past.

Add French Door and Balcony

To give the dormer an entirely new look, you can decide to remove the dormer window and add a French door instead. You will also have to create a balcony in front of the dormer.  Addition of French door will let in more light into the dormer.  You can always relax on the balcony any time you feel like, especially on those hot summer nights when you may prefer natural air to anything else.  You are sure to get good value for your money.

Extension Position

The dormer extension can be situated either at the front of the dormer or at its side.  Both areas work perfectly. However, you need to carry your structural engineer along when making your choice and during the actual extension work.

Simple Idea to Extend the Kitchen

Kitchen extension does not have to be difficult in the least. All you have got to do is liaise with a structural engineer to help get the job done. The engineer will give you ideas on what to do and how to do it. He is a trained specialist and knows what to do. There are some walls that are not safe to break down when doing the extension. While you may not know this, the structural engineer will be fully aware of this and can use his experience to guide you aright.    

Kitchen extension does not have to be expensive if you do things right. Before you employ a technician for this purpose, first find out if they have required experience and expertise to get the job done as desired.