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A property extension is a fancy way of saying that you can make your home bigger and better! It's like adding a new room to your house or creating more space to relax and enjoy your home. Think of it like getting a stylish new outfit that fits you perfectly - an extension can make your home feel more comfortable, spacious and up-to-date.


You can add an extra bedroom, a bigger kitchen, a fancy dining room or even a gym or office. It's a way to make your home feel more personalized and luxurious, without the hassle of moving to a new place. So, whether you want to entertain guests or simply relax in your own private sanctuary, a property extension is a great way to do it!

A property extension is a construction project that involves increasing the size or footprint of an existing property. It can be done to expand the living space, add rooms or features, or increase the value of the property. Property extensions can be single-story or multi-story, and can be added to the side, rear, or top of a building.


Some common types of property extensions include:

Rear & side

A rear extension is a type of home renovation where a new room or rooms are added to the back of an existing house, whereas a side extension adds space to the side of the property. Both types of extension can increase the living space of a property, often providing additional space for a larger kitchen, dining area, living room, study or ground floor bedroom.


These extensions can vary in size and style, and can be designed to match the existing house or to create a modern contrast. They are a popular way to add value to a property and improve its functionality, allowing for more comfortable living arrangements or more flexible use of space.

"The planning process was a breeze thanks to the team's excellent communication and expertise. They worked with me to ensure that the design of the extension was not only functional but also beautiful. They helped me to select materials and finishes that complemented the existing architecture of my home, and the end result is nothing short of stunning.

Throughout the construction process, the team displayed a level of skill and craftsmanship that was truly impressive. 

The extension has truly transformed my home and made it a more beautiful and enjoyable space to live in."

~ J.Clarke (Ilkeston)


A wrap-around extension is a type of home renovation where a new room or rooms are added to both the side and the rear of an existing house, effectively wrapping around the corner of the property.

This type of extension can significantly increase the living space of a property and offer unique benefits, such as creating a seamless flow between indoor and outdoor living areas.​


A basement extension is a construction project that involves excavating and extending the existing basement of a property.

This type of extension is becoming increasingly popular in areas where space is limited and property prices are high.


By extending the basement, homeowners can create additional living space without altering the external appearance of the property.

Basement extensions can be used for a variety of purposes, such as adding extra bedrooms, creating a home cinema, building a gym or spa, or even adding a swimming pool.


There are several benefits of property extensions,

we've listed some below for you.

More living space

The most obvious benefit of a property extension is that it can provide additional living space, making the property more functional and comfortable for the occupants.

Improved functionality

A well-designed property extension can improve the functionality of the existing property by creating a more open-plan living area, improving the flow between indoor and outdoor spaces, or adding additional rooms such as a home office, a playroom, or a guest bedroom.

Enhanced property value

A property extension can add significant value to the property by creating additional living space and improving the functionality and aesthetics of the property.


A property extension allows homeowners to customize their living space according to their specific needs and preferences, creating a unique and personalized living environment.

Avoidance of moving costs

Instead of moving to a larger property, a property extension can provide additional living space without the need to move, avoiding the costs and stress of buying and selling a property.


Potential rental income

If the property extension creates additional living space such as a separate dwelling or a self-contained apartment, it can potentially generate rental income for the homeowner.

Overall, property extensions can be an excellent option for homeowners who want to create more living space, improve the functionality of their property, and potentially increase the value of their home.

Alexa Young, Nottingham

I recently had a loft conversion done by Gibbons & Co Construction and I am absolutely thrilled with the results.

The team was incredibly professional and attentive to every detail.

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