Similar to our range of home renovations and barn conversions, the house extensions constructed by our domestic builders at Steve Beck Building Services Ltd are completed to an outstanding level of craftsmanship. In business since 2012, we share over 100 years of experience in various construction methods, working seamlessly together to produce exceptional results.
Proof of this dedication can be seen in our gallery. We also encourage visitors to our website to read our testimonials to find out what past and present clients have said about our work in Frenchay and the surrounding areas.
We perform all relevant services when constructing our single- and double-storey house extensions and other works. By taking care of every aspect of a project, clients can be assured that only experienced and highly skilled tradesmen are working to create the ultimate home for them to enjoy.
Steve Beck Building Services offers the following single- and double-storey home extensions to our growing number of residential clients in Frenchay and the surrounding areas:
Our domestic builders can also build over-structure extensions, providing additional room on top of an adjoining garage and interlinking the new addition with the rest of your property. We can design and construct connecting rooms to increase floor space and kerb appeal where garages and newly renovated outbuildings are set back from your main residence.
Side-return home extensions are ideal for larger kitchen areas, home offices, and games/playrooms. They come under permitted development once built within certain parameters, making the construction process much easier and faster. Contact our domestic builders at Steve Beck Building Services for advice if you’re unsure whether your plans would adhere to these allowances.
Rear-facing additions can stretch across the entire width of your current Frenchay property or extend outwards from one end. They are usually constructed with bifold doors included in the design, allowing our clients to open up their entire ground floor to the outdoors. Like side-return layouts, rear-facing house extensions are usually accepted under permitted development.
Wraparound extensions combine both side-return and rear-facing options and usually require planning permission. These L-shaped spaces offer many internal possibilities, from new kitchens and living areas to additional bedrooms, home offices, studios, and so much more.