House Extensions

What are the costs involved when moving home? Obviously, you have the problem and costs involved with selling your current property. Estate agents fees can add up to quite a large sum these days. Actual removal costs and solicitors fees could approach £5,000, and then, of course, there is the increased mortgage repayment.
Adding an extension to your house is obviously dependent on whether or not you have the available land adjacent to your property. If it is available an extension may be a more viable option compared to moving house, especially in areas where the difference in price of a house compared to the next size up is a daunting prospect, the advantage that you don't need to move, and therefore, you are not dependent on selling your property and finding a new one that suits your needs is not the only good thing, you will be adding of course value to your property.
Onik builds all types of house extensions, such as side returns, rear extensions and roof extensions which are commonly found in London A single storey house extension can add a kitchen or additional living space to your home, increasing the value of your property. Extending your existing kitchen into the side return can create a stunning new kitchen/living area and will be much admired by friends and family.
A two storey house extension can add extra bedrooms with en-suite facilities to your property.
A roof extension can turn an existing three bedroom house into a five bedroom house or an existing five bedroom house into a seven bedroom house. The value added to your property will by far exceed the cost of carrying out the works.