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HOUSE EXTENSIOns IN MANCHESTER

Extension Builders in Manchester, Cheshire & The Surrounding Areas

Living in the North West and looking for help with designing and building your dream house extension?

Looking to create your dream kitchen extension in Manchester?

Wondering how much a double storey extension typically costs?

Rear, single storey, wrap-around, pitched, gable, planning permission, architects, floor plans, where do I start?

Our in-house team of home planners, architects & builders are on hand to guide you every step of the way.

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Your Choice, Your Extension

We’re here to help you with every step of your house extension design
and build wherever you are in or around Manchester. Our experienced team can work with you to create detailed architect drawings, floorplans, and building regulations drawings for a range of home extensions ideas.

With 17+years of experience, Your Choice have helped hundreds of local families create their ideal home extension. Our head offices and two showrooms located in Greater Manchester are perfectly positioned to serve our local community.

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Experience

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Guarantee

100s of
Satisfied Customers

Finance Available
Buy Now, Pay Later

Fill in our quotation form and we will contact you with more information at a time to suit you.

Call us now on
0800 169 4822

We will be happy to casually discuss your options and advise you on what to expect.

Visit our
showroom

Come visit us, and talk through your extension ideas, we’ll show you what can be achieved.

Your Choice Home Extensions

Create more living space

Why move home when we can create additional rooms and add more space to your property. Whether you wish to extend your kitchen to create an open plan design, create additional bedrooms or a playroom for the children – the possibilities are endless!

Years of our expertise in the building industry have helped homeowners throughout the North West with designing, planning and building their ideal home extensions.

Our extension building service includes side extensions, single-storey and double-storey extensions, rear extensions, and Wrap around extensions.

More space for you
and your family

Increase the value
of your home

Bespoke kitchens
and bathroom

10YEAR

10 Year guarantee
insurance backed

Create a new
home office

Enjoy an
extra bedroom

Why choose us to create your dream home extension?

With “Your Choice” we are with you every step of the way, from the initial design and planning stage, through the build and construction, project management, and finally completion. We manage and guide you through the entire process, there’s no middlemen. Our process allows for minimal disruption which in this industry is a unique solution that we are proud to offer our customers.

Our architectural and planning service is the stepping stone for those wishing to extend their house. If you live in the Greater Manchester or Cheshire area and you need home extension planning and building services, our team is on hand and more than happy to assist.

Instead of putting down the astronomical cost of a deposit for a new home, an extension can be a cost-effective solution to providing the home and space of your dreams, without the hassle of moving away from your friends and family. Truly personalise your home with YOUR CHOICE!

We are official accredited national installers
for the DGCOS Ombudsman Scheme

House Extension Case Studies

We plan and build home extensions across the North West UK. We’re perfectly positioned to serve our local customers across the North West including the likes of Middleton, Stockport, Oldham, Bury, Lymm, Hale, Wilmslow and Altrincham, to name a few.

Fill in our quotation form and we will contact you with more information at a time to suit you.

Call us now on
0800 169 4822

We will be happy to casually discuss your options and advise you on what to expect.

Visit our
showroom

Come visit us, and talk through your extension ideas, we’ll show you what can be achieved.

Types of Extension

Why move, when you can create more space? Home extensions can be the answer to your home quandaries. But which type of extension will best suit your home, family and requirements? There are typically 5 main extension styles to choose from.

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Rear Extension

Just as the name implies, a rear extension is placed at the back of your home, extending your living space onto the rear garden or patio area. They’re mostly used to create a larger open plan kitchen/diner and blend the indoor/outdoor space.

You can expect to pay around £40,000 for a 5x5m extension and expect it to take 10-12 weeks to complete.

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Wrap Around Extension

Wraparound extensions tend to be a combination of a rear extension and a side return extension that combine to form an ‘L’ shape that wraps around from the side of your home to the back. A Wrap around extension is perfect for creating huge open plan spaces or equally giving you the ability to open up more layout possibilities.

You can expect to pay around £65,000 and will generally take 12-16 weeks to complete.

Home Remodelling & Extension

Side Return Extensions

Side return extensions utilise the alleyway or path down the side of your home. Many period properties use this space to house bins, bikes and other bits & bobs. Side return extensions run the length of the available space, allowing you to dramatically increase interior space without the need for planning permission in many instances.

You can expect to pay around £25,000-35,000 and will generally take 10-12 weeks to complete.

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Double Story Extensions

Double storey extensions can come in any one of the three previous extension types; rear, wrap and side return and then extend it over two floors as opposed to one. This greatly improves the amount of floor space created but savings can be made on the cost per square metre.

The majority of double storey extensions will need planning permission, so that’s something to consider during the planning your home extension project.

You can expect to pay around £80,000 and will generally take 20 weeks to complete.

Garden Room/Extension

Dormer Extension

Unused space in your attic is the perfect place to steal extra room from within your existing four walls.A dormer extension removes the roof’s pitch and creates a flat roof in line with the top of the already existing pitch. In turn this creates additional space in the shape of a box therefore creating real usable floor space and head height.

Loft conversions rarely need planning permission and are a more logical way to extend if you do not have the outside space for a typical extension.

You should estimate the cost to be around £45,000-55,000 for a 6 metre dormer and expect it to take 12-16 weeks to complete.

What our Home Extension Customers Say..

Single Storey Rear Extension in Altrincham

“Fantastic service for our extension. Really happy with all the design choices and options provided by Eric and Ray. All building work by Dave and the team done to a high standard and prepared to answer lots of questions. Kept clean and tidy and polite at all times. Fitters were great and took care to do a thorough and professional job. Lots of aftersales contact to ensure we were happy with the job and have no hesitation recommending this company.”

Chris

Single Storey Extension in Goostrey, Cheshire

“From start to finish our extension Your Choice have built on our house has been amazing and faultless. Eric offered us a few design ideas, we picked the one we liked best and from then on everything was done for us, we just sat back and let the builders do their work. The builders couldn’t have been more friendly and the site was always clean and tidy. Extension was finished on time and to a very high standard, everyone who has seen it loves it! Thanks again”
 

Mr Williams

Double Storey Extension in Heywood, Greater Manchester

“This is the 3rd time I have used Your Choice and each time they have been amazing. I had new Windows & doors over 10 years ago, a new conservatory 6 years ago and they have just finished a double storey disabled friendly extension this week that has taken just over 4 months. Darren is a genius! He has sorted everything out for us.  A big thank you to all the guys at Your Choice but in particular Darren, you have been a god send. Thank you!”

Sharon

House Extension FAQs

A house extension is a large investment in your home and for your finances, so you’re likely to have quite a few questions before you start. Through our knowledge and experience in extension building we have compiled a list of the most asked questions by our customers. If you have any other questions please feel free to contact us.

The recent relaxation of permitted developments now means that homeowners are able to add extensions without needing planning permission. You can add a home extension or conservatory up to six metres, or eight metres if your home is detached, without needing to apply for planning permission. There’s very little standing in the way between you and your dream home!

The average price of a home extension in the North West of England; Manchester, Cheshire can vary depending on house type, size, materials used and type of extension. However the cost of most extensions is usually between £1,800 – £2,000 per square metre.

If you are a homeowner in the North West and you’re looking to extend your home, please get in touch to find out a realistic price on how much a home extension would cost for you based on your criteria.

Average costs by extension type in the North West:

Type of Extension

Rear or Other Single-Storey 

Side Return or Wrap-Around

Double-Storey

Budget (Per m²)

£1,200 – £1,800

£1,200 – £1,600

£1,200 – £1,800

Mid-Range (Per m²)

£1,350 – £2,000

£1,350 – £1,800

£1,350 – £2,000

High-End (per m²)

£1,750 – £3,000

£1,750 – £3,000

£1,750 – £3,000

The typical cost of building a two-storey extension averages at an all-in cost of around £80,000, but this can increase if you plan to incorporate fittings such as a kitchen or a bathroom.

You can estimate a budget based on a square metre price of between £1,800 and £2,000. This is for your basic building materials including foundations, walls, roofing, plumbing, electrics and finishing.



Once you have a build cost estimate the main extras to the cost of the build are things like kitchens and bathrooms. You can expect to budget £10,000+ for a fitted kitchen dependent on materials and appliances selected. The general rule of thumb is a kitchen will typically cost 5-10% of the value of your home, on a home valued at £300,000 the kitchen will generally cost £15,000 – £30,000. You can also expect to pay £5000 – £15,000 for a fitted bathroom.

Architects or home planners are types of professionals you’ll need to design a house extension. Fortunately we have an experienced team of architects and home designers in-house that are dedicated to help you create the vision for your perfect extension project.

Manchester house extension architects vary in price based on their experience and the complexity of the project. A quality architect in Manchester will generally charge around 8% of the total build cost.

Please get in touch to discuss the design of your home extension. 

A front extension in Altrincham will cost more than an extension in Oldham because of build costs associated with the area. We find the average cost of a front extension in the North West is approximately £1,800 per square metre.

Completing a home extension can vary in time based on size and complexity of the build. A typical single storey extension will usually take around 3 months for the entire process to be completed. We have a proven track record on delivering high quality builds on time and on budget. The following timetable will give you an idea of the stages and timings of a typical extension build.

1.Feasibility Study – Week 1
Discuss the feasibility of your project, undertake a site survey, discuss requirements & options and discover possible site constraints.

2.Design & Planning – Week 1- 2
Develop the design and submit a planning application.

3.Paperwork – Week 3-4
Prepare tender documents for contractors, assess tenders (prices), select building contractors.

4.Construction – Week 4-12
Construction starts including foundations & groundwork, brickwork, roof structure, roof tiles, fascia, soffits & guttering, glazing, first fix electrics & plumbing, knock through and steel work, plasterwork, second fix electrics & plumbing, final finishings.

5.Snagging – Week 12 – 13
A snagging list generally refers to a list of tasks that need to be completed before the practical completion of a project, usually fixing work that is damaged, broken or has not been fitted correctly. Examples might include a missing handle on a cupboard or a faulty tap.

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