House extensions, other than conservatories and orangeries, are generally considered on the basis of enlarging an existing kitchen, bathroom or bedroom. Even adding an adjoining garage, workshop, utility room or front porch can add value to a property, so if you’re considering a home extension then we can provide you with a competitive quotation.
Some types of extension do not need planning permission, while others do, depending on overall size and location. Planning rules apply to everyone so it’s wise to seek advice early and stay within the law. We can help and advise you about this and all the stages involved in the planning process from surveys, obtaining drawings, and getting approval.
Should your house extension require additional utility services, for example sewage, water, gas, or electrics we can also advise you about this. In most cases these additional services can be carried out by our building team, except for gas installations, which will need to be carried out by a suitably qualified and registered gas installer.
With certain house extensions, building regulations must be adhered to at every stage of the construction process, and it is therefore often necessary to allow for inspections to be carried out by local authority officials. Again, we can advise you about this.
Chase Window Company employs a team of experienced and fully trained tradesmen who are highly qualified to carry out most types of building work including bricklaying, plumbing and electrical works. We would be more than happy to provide references if necessary.
All building works carried out by Chase Window Company are fully guaranteed for 10 years. Our guarantees also extend to doors and windows manufactured, supplied and installed by us.
For help and advice about house extensions, visit our showroom.