House Extension Building Prices & Costs In Shropshire
Myndstone are builders in Shrewsbury who specialise in the design and build of luxury house extensions, loft and garage conversions, commercial property renovations, modular offices and garden buildings.
We offer a free site survey and design advice to help you plan and budget for garden room or house extension building projects in Shrewsbury and around Shropshire, Mid Wales and the West Midlands.
Call us on 01743 461471 or 07813 333374 to discuss the cost of building insulated summer houses, pub sheds, modular garden rooms, house extensions, prefab office pods, and luxury barn conversions across the region.
How much does a builder cost for extension?
The cost of hiring a builder for a home extension project can vary depending on the size and complexity of the project, as well as the location and experience of the builder. According to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), the average cost of a single-story extension in 2021 was around £2,000 to £3,000 per square metre, while a two-story extension costs around £2,500 to £4,000 per square metre
How much should I budget for a house extension?
The cost of building a house extension can vary depending on several factors such as size, location, materials used, and complexity of the project. According to Homebuilding & Renovating, the average cost to build a single-story extension in 2021 was around £1,500 to £2,500 per square metre, while building a two-story extension costs around £2,000 to £3,000 per square metre
How much does a single story extension cost to build in 2023?
The costs to build a single-story extension can vary depending on several factors such as size, location, materials used, and complexity of the project. According to Homebuilding & Renovating, the average cost of a single-story extension in 2021 was around £1,500 to £2,500 per square metre
How much does a 2 story extension cost to build in 2023?
The building costs for a two-story extension can vary depending on several factors such as size, location, materials used, and complexity of the project. According to Homebuilding & Renovating, the average cost of a two-story extension in 2021 was around £2,000 to £3,000 per square metre
How can I reduce the cost of building a house extension?
There are several ways to reduce the cost of building a house extension such as choosing simpler designs and materials that are less expensive but still durable and functional. You can also consider doing some of the work yourself or hiring local tradespeople instead of larger companies. Another way is to plan your project carefully and avoid making changes during construction that can add extra costs.
Do I need an architect for an extension?
It depends on the complexity and size of your building project. If you’re planning a simple and small-scale house extension that doesn’t require major structural changes or planning permission, you may not need an architect. However, if you’re planning a larger or more complex project that requires planning permission or structural changes, it’s advisable to hire an architect who can help you with design and planning.
Will it be cheaper to build an extension in 2024?
It’s difficult to predict whether building an extension will be cheaper in 2024 as it depends on several factors such as inflation rates and material costs. However, it’s always advisable to plan your project carefully and get quotes from multiple builders before starting your project.
How do most people afford extensions?
Most people finance their house extensions through savings or by taking out loans or mortgages. Some people also use equity release schemes or remortgage their homes to finance their extensions.
Is it cheaper to move home or extend a property?
It depends on several factors such as location, property prices in your area, and the size and complexity of your project. In general, extending your home can be cheaper than moving if you’re happy with your current location and don’t want to incur additional costs such as stamp duty and legal fees.
What are the most expensive parts of an extension?
The most expensive parts of extension building projects are usually the structural work such as foundations and roofing. Other expensive parts include glazing systems such as bi-fold doors or skylights and high-end finishes such as bespoke kitchens or bathrooms.
How much is the average house extension in UK?
According to Homebuilding & Renovating magazine’s 2021 survey data from builders across the UK, the average cost per square meter for a single-story house extension is between £1,500-£2,500 while to build a double-story house extension is between £2,000-£3,000
What type of extension adds the most value to a property?
According to Nationwide Building Society’s research from 2019 , adding extra living space through a loft conversion or kitchen extension adds more value than adding extra bedrooms.
Cost Of Building A Property Extension
We offer professional consultation and design services for building home extension projects in Bishop’s Castle, Bridgnorth, Broseley, Church Stretton, Cleobury Mortimer, Clun, Craven Arms, Dawley, Ellesmere, Ludlow, Madeley, Market Drayton, Much Wenlock, Newport, Oakengates, Oswestry, Shifnal, Shrewsbury, Telford, Wellington, Wem and Whitchurch.
Myndstone Garden Buildings, Unit 15D Vanguard Way,
Battlefield Enterprise Park, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 3TG