Hear from some of our clients
Extend a Home specialises in the design and construction of quality ground and first floor extensions. We take your family's needs and initial ideas and then create a concept with your budget in mind. We look after all council applications and approvals and also all of the stages of planning. Then we follow through with quality construction and outstanding client service to achieve your dream! We guarantee Smooth Sailing all the way to make your entire experience as stress free as possible. The end result is a New Level of Living for you and your family.
But don't take our word for it, see what our customers have to say about Extend a Home
Name: Mr Faulkner
Project: This renovation to this single storey three bedroom home included adding a first floor addition, with 2 bedrooms and study, walk-in robe and bathroom. The exterior cladding was Insulclad with a painted rendered finish, with Stegbar aluminium windows and CSR terracotta roof tiles.
Name: Mr Cassie
Project: This one has the lot, Master Bedroom with Ensuite and Walk-in-Robe, Bedrooms 2 and 3 both with Built-in-Wardrobes, extra Bathroom to service Bedrooms 2 and 3, Living Room with Verandah and a large Linen Closet. External features are CSR Monier terracotta roof tiles, Stegbar Aluminium windows and James Hardies Harditex wall linings.
Name: Mr Donaldson
Project: This First Floor Addition consists of Master Bedroom with Ensuite, Sitting Room and another extra Bedroom. There are two features with this addition these being a tiled lobby with timber staircase and an undercover Balcony off the main bedroom. External features are new concrete roof tiles, Western Red Cedar windows and painted brickwork.
Name: Mr Crossley
Project: The external features include terracotta roof tiles, Western Red Cedar windows and a combination of brick, Hardiflex and timber battens. We followed our Clients brief where we have provided two extra Bedrooms both with Built-in-Wardrobes, large Living Room and Bathroom. We removed an existing internal wall to locate the timber staircase