Station Road Extension
Extension

A two-storey rear extension to include a new bedroom and kitchen.

Renovations

Upgrading the interior with a new kitchen/ diner, flooring and wall and floor tiling.

Project summary

Having received the brief from the client, the team started by demolishing the existing conservatory to make room for the new two-storey extension. The extra space was used to create a new bedroom and larger kitchen/ dining room.  Internally we laid new flooring, wall and floor tiling to bathrooms and painting to modernise the look of key rooms.

Externally we rendered the house using pebble dash render which was painted to ensure aesthetics were in keeping with the existing part of the house. Finally a new timber porch was installed over the front door. You can see the process the RLD team used to complete this project, including pictures of each phase, below.

Project Phase 1: Preperation

Following planning with the client, the existing rear conservatory was demolished and foundations were dug to prepare for the new extension. 

  1. Plans
  2. Existing conservatory
  3. Post demolition

Project Phase 2: Extension

A two-storey extension was built in place of the initial conservatory. The upper storey was used to create a new bedroom whilst on the ground floor the new space was used for a larger kitchen/ diner. 

  1. Extension construction
  2. Final extension

Project Phase 3: External and Internal Alterations

The internal works consisted of forming a new under stairs WC, a spacious kitchen/dining room, new timber flooring throughout. Within the new second storey a new shower room was formed which was tiled floor to ceiling with a bathroom suite that was in keeping with the property. The client also asked for a new look to the front of the house, to achieve this we removed the existing block porch and replaced it with a new apex timber-framed porch. The extension was rendered using a pebble dash system which was painted to match the existing house.

  1. Existing porch
  2. New apex during construction
  3. New porch
  4. New pebble dash render

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