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HOUSE EXTENSIONS EALING

We have the right talent of extension builders in Ealing and the professional and educated workforce required for anything from laying the first stone to the final paint coat.
Our In Ealing team offers home extension building facilities at Ealing. We have the expertise and experience to create your new living room, whether it is an extension of a single story or a double addition, side, or rear. More and more consumers want the house extended, rather than moving it.

What you should consider while planning a house extension Ealing?

Before you draw up your plans, you should consider the following important points

  • On-site soil conditions, and any flooding history
  • Where there are services such as electricity and current drainages
  • Limits and party walls-if the Party Wall Act covers your extension project
  • The size and shape of your house and garden, from where you will have access

Bring your thoughts into graphic design

In most situations, project designs may require input from a designer to provide and address what space is feasible, and what is not. The sketches will allow you to envision the project and make sure you’re at ease before working on the product. Scaled drawings will also allow the contractor to determine what the finished project would look like, down to basic details like the placement of the power sockets, light fittings, and radiators.

Do I Need Planning Permission for House Extension in Ealing?

Planning approval is usually not required, and the development of an extension is considered acceptable, subject to specified limits and conditions. Even if your project fits the requirements, if you live in a listed house or protected area, you need permission. You’d need to find an architect to see whether planning permission is required or not. Even if you don’t need a registration permit, you’ll need to contact the city council, who will then meet with your neighbors and discuss the impact of your proposal if they object.