Single storey house extensions

The single storey rear house extension is a staple project for here at Mash Architecture. More often than not, this type of extension can be built under Permitted Development rights, which means that planning permission is not required. That said, you will always need building control approval, meaning that a comprehensive set of detailed working drawings is a must.

A single storey utility extension and oak framed porch in Baildon, West Yorkshire.

Here at Mash Architecture, we pride ourselves on providing the best possible service for such projects, meaning that our working drawings are more detailed than our competitors, insofar as we will patiently go through your specification requirements with you, such as choosing lightfittings, sockets, flooring, tiling solutions for bathrooms. Our sectional drawings are presented at 1:20 scale, meaning that every block, brick and section of timber is drawn accurately and precisely – we are regularly informed by builders that this approach to presenting information is invaluable.

A typical cross section drawing through a lean-to house extension

Since Mash Architecture was first launched in 2009, we have undertaken many hundreds of this type of project, so we are well experienced in what works and how to approach such endeavours.

If you are thinking of undertaking a similar project then please get in touch via our contact form, and we will be happy to advise you. We offer a free on-site initial consultation, following which we will provide a detailed fee proposal for your project, highlighting our involvement, our fees – which are always competitive – along with details of any other costs you would incur, such as planning, building regulations or structural engineer’s fees.

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