Archive for the ‘Extensions’ Category

Structural Glass Box to Amersham Home

  Structural glass boxes are used to create a completely clear and frameless extension space onto a home without any metal supports being visible. This glass box extension in particular includes an aluminium casement door, although glass box extensions can include any access opening including both sliding […]

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Contemporary Double Height House Extension in Long Crendon

A contemporary double height extension in Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire uses a large elevation of aluminium bi fold doors meeting on a corner with a set of aluminium sliding doors to extending their kitchen and living space out onto a decked patio area. It can often be a […]

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Bi-Fold vs Sliding

When you are creating a new rear extension or building a new home a standard modern additional to these spaces is a large elevation of glass to the rear of the property facing the garden. These ‘patio doors’ have come a long way since old fashioned uPVC […]

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Opening the Corners

The strive towards creating more fluid internal to external exchanges is the driving force behind many extension and renovation projects in modern design. This effect was first attempted by using large elements of glazing to the rear, the inclusion of bi folding doors to open up a […]

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Small Extensions: How to make the most of a small space

With houses prices rising and a limit to the amount of new homes available in Hertfordshire it is not surprising that more home owners are choosing to extend or renovate their home rather than move. When it comes to extending a property even a small extension can […]

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