If you’re asking yourself “where can I find a reliable and affordable windows and doors company near me ?” then you’ve come to the perfect place.
An extension from Allerton Windows can add real value to your home, not to mention precious space that can be used for a number of purposes. Whether you’re seeking to expand your current living room, add dining room potential with a kitchen extension in Liverpool, or create an entirely new space for your family to enjoy; Allerton Windows has over 25 years experience in realising their clients’ plan from design to completion.
Our construction experts have years of experience and have built up a stellar reputation for completing jobs on time and within budget. We understand that building an extension is a big investment and aim to make the experience as smooth as possible, from drawing up your plans to tidying up after ourselves on the final day.
To find out more about our Home Extensions service call us today, send us a message using the contact form or drop in for a chat our showroom.
What areas in Liverpool do you build and service extensions?
We provide accredited and experienced domestic construction expertise across the North west from Liverpool to Manchester to Wirral. Below, we’ve listed some of the areas we serve across Liverpool.
We offer our conservatory, window, door and extension services to the following areas across the Liverpool region: Kirby, Knowsley, Huyton, Belle Vale, Woolton, Aigburth, Dingle, Toxteth, Vauxhall, Bootle, Seaforth, Great Crosby Litherland, Aintree, Walton Wavertree, Woolton and more.
See our Allerton Windows review page to learn more about our services and the projects we’ve been a part of throughout our 26 years of experience as professional suppliers of conservatories, windows, doors, roofs and extensions.
Why choose us for your home extension?
Allerton Windows is Liverpool’s largest local independent home improvement specialist. We’ve put excellence in customer service and aftercare at the heart of our business since starting establishing the business in 1995. Since then we’ve garnered hundreds of positive reviews from happy homeowners and businesses across Merseyside.
We’re a Liverpool business through and through, as such, in the spirit of our great city we consider it our responsibility to treat all our customers fairly from our first meeting to our last.
Get a quote for your Home Extension in Liverpool today!
Hundreds of happy customers have enlisted us to design and construct their extension. We offer a service that stands head and shoulders above our local competitors with all the assurances and guarantees of the national firms. Talk to us today about improving your home!
We’re a Liverpool business through and through, as such, in the spirit of our great city we consider it our responsibility to treat all our customers fairly from our first meeting to our last. In addition to offering home extensions, we also offer bi fold doors, conservatories, composite front doors and, UPVC windows and UPVC doors in Liverpool.
Getting an extension FAQ
How much does a house extension cost in the UK?
A house extension can cost between £20,000 and £70,000 + VAT. This range of prices is representative of different styles of extension, for example, your house extension would cost more if you were adding a bathroom or kitchen and a second storey extension would also push the cost up further.
Do I need planning permission for an extension in 2020?
You will need planning permissions for an extension in 2020 if the size of the extension is more than half of the land around the original house, or if your home is being brought nearer to a public highway or if you plan on building higher than the tallest point of your home. Youll also need planning permission if youre planning on using materials different to those currently used in your home.
How much does it cost to have a single storey extension?
A single storey extension can cost between £20,000 and £40,000 + VAT, however, this price could increase depending on the complexity and size of your project. You may pay between £1,200 and £1,500 per square metre for your extension, so a small 3 x 5 metre single storey extension could cost as little as £18,000 + VAT, depending on the materials used and firm employed.
What is the maximum extension without planning permission?
The maximum size extension you can build without planning permission will depend on the size of the land around your original house. When building without planning permission your extension can be no larger than half the area of land around your original house. Single storey rear extensions must also be no larger than 3 metres if semi-detached or 4 metres if detached.
How do I build my own extension?
Building your own extension requires a great deal of planning and time in order to get right. Designing a functional house extension that also looks great is not a simple task, and managing the construction of your extension can also be a job in itself. Assess your own skills, abilities and constraints before deciding to self-build your extension and weigh up the benefits of paying a professional to take on the work for you.
What is the most expensive part of building an extension?
The most expensive parts of building an extension are usually the roofing and the foundation, as building these requires the most manpower and time. Building a two-storey extension can offer better value to those with the funds who are willing to maximise the space in their home.
Is it cheaper to do a loft conversion or an extension?
A loft conversion is usually cheaper than an extension. The cost of new foundations and roofing typically make house extensions more time consuming and expensive than loft conversions, however in many cases they add more value and practical use to the homeowner.
Can I draw my own plans for building regs?
You won’t be able to draw your own plans for building regs, as these plans should be professionally drawn in order to satisfy the local authority building council if their approval is needed. Hiring an experienced firm to manage your extension build can help you quickly navigate any problems that might arise from seeking planning approval.