If you would like to have more light you would have to go for conservatory.
Existing conservatory demolished. Digging in a process.
Because our foundation was less than 60 cm away from communal sewage pipe Thames Water gave us 2 choices: step back by a foot with our rear wall or go hard way - have all footing suspended on a beams over drains. Summit never steps back or cut corners so we went for beams.
An new extension a the back of the property created a large space for an open plan kitchen diner. A breakfast bar separates the cooking area from the eating area and stools provide a handy spot for a quick bite. It's hard to see it at the moment but be patient and wait another 5-6 weeks
Beams installed. Roof is on it's way.
We make roof structure according to the structural engineering calculations. Our roof will accommodate 3 big Velux windows.
Bifolds offer perhaps the perfect house to garden solution for many home owners. They really do open up a property and let masses of light flood in. Their concertina mechanism means that doors can be stacked back against a wall or into space that is not used, so they are very practical.
Velux windows bring sun to new kitchen/dinning.
Tongue and groove floor is great because this kind of floors are floated and will not squeak due to the locking system loosening up. In addition, tongue and groove floors that have been floated will provide much better moisture protection from spills.
After extension is built, walls painted, floor installed its time for new kitchen.
We done one more extension in conservation area London.
We done open plan from existing kitchen/dining to extension and also installed 4 meter wide Bi-folding doors. Also we provided and installed 3 big Velux windows in order to bring as much light as possible.