With careful planning and design from the team at McCarthy Build Ltd, even the most modest of property extensions will add welcome floor space and value to your Hoddesdon of Hertford home. Increases in the property market and the spiralling costs associated with moving home could persuade you into making more out of the property you already own – all at appealing and affordable prices which deliver the living space you so desperately need.
Spend some time thinking about the things you would most like to change about your home. Try not to be too specific at first, and simply decide on whether you’d like to use a single-storey addition as a new kitchen, or one of our double-storey property extensions as a utility room for the downstairs part of the build and maybe an extra bedroom upstairs.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss some potential design ideas.
The sooner you decide on how you plan to use the new room space at your Hertfordshire home, the sooner we can survey your property. Don’t worry too much about the layout or where you would like it to adjoin an extension to the home. We see deeper into the potential of your property but use your ideas on using the added room as our inspiration.
Homeowners in Hoddesdon, Hertford and the surrounding areas should take the following items into consideration when planning ahead for property extensions:
These issues might include:
We also recommend that you put some time into considering your daily routines and other activities. A young family in Hoddesdon with small children will have different needs to a family with grown-up children in Hertford who might be considering annexe space for a grandparent. Homeowners who like to welcome extended family and friends will have a separate set of requirements from our property extensions than everybody else.
Because of this, further considerations should include:
We advise prospective customers from the Hertfordshire area to look carefully at the existing space inside their homes, and to consider areas that might already be underused. Loft and garage conversions, which optimise parts of the home primarily used for storage, nearly always work out to be a more cost-effective alternative to property extensions and they don’t eat into outdoor space – an important consideration for gardening enthusiasts.