Our modular extensions are installed quickly, enabling families to stay together with minimal disruption. They’re designed for wheelchair users and offer an effective solution for Disabled Facilities Grants (DFG) projects.
Our modular home extensions help LAs and housing associations support families that need specialist facilities. Each unit is manufactured off-site and lifted into position as a complete unit. Footprints are typically 7m x 4m and contain bedroom and wetroom, but can be tailored to most requirements.
Our timber-frame modular extensions come with a flat EPDM roof as standard. External walls are typically clad in Marley Cedral weatherboard, but can finished in natural timber, render or brick-slip upon request.
Windows and low-threshold external door are white PVCu, with matching sofﬁts, fascias and rainwater goods.
Services are connected, including sewerage, water, and electricity. Pricing excludes groundworks but is a service that we often provide via concrete pads or Swift Plinth system.
Fully-ﬁtted wet room is complete with shower (and shower seat), white ceramic sink on semi pedestal with mixer tap, white ceramic WC with grab rails, and heated towel rail. Tile boards are fitted throughout wet room, along with slip resistant vinyl flooring.
The bedroom/living area is finished with groove-edged laminate ﬂooring, white six-panel doors, and white skirting and architrave. All walls are plasterboarded, skimmed and painted.
Other items include electric panel radiators, ceiling mounted LED down lights, smoke and heat detectors, and TV/phone points.
We offer a free consultation service (onsite or virtual) to quickly assess the feasibility and potential costs for your project.
I’ve worked with Ben Hickey for a number of years. Together, we’ve helped a number of families to enhance their homes with minimal disruption.
Once you’re ready to proceed with your extension, the first step is obtaining permission to build it. The planning process is something that we manage on behalf of many clients, and in some instances, we’ve built under permitted development.
If full planning approval is required, then this can add an additional 10-12 weeks to your project (2-4 weeks to validate your application, followed by a further 8 weeks to reach a decision).
With planning approval in place, things can move fast. We’ll agree a start date, take a deposit, and start to build your extension offsite, which takes 3-weeks. On week 3 of the build, groundworks commence onsite whilst we complete your unit.
The following week, we deliver your extension and crane it into position. We’ll knock through to the main property, connect services, and complete all final snags to handover.
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