When someone buys a home, they’re usually thinking about how they plan to use the space in the future once their family expands. Unfortunately, sometimes the floor plans associated with these homes are not large enough for our growing families. Adding a home extension either upward or outwards will provide your family with the extra space that it needs. Some of the most common extensions are home offices, playrooms, and larger dining areas to suit bigger families.

Key Takeaways:

  • Many people presume that outgrowing their home automatically means that they need to sell their house. A home extension may be a better option.
  • Some of the most common home extensions include playrooms, home offices, and even larger dining spaces.
  • You can either choose to build upwards or outwards depending on which option is best for you and your family.

“Whether it started off as being your starter home or you simply chose a smaller home you didn’t need any extra room, now things have changed. You need to make room for kids, and this often involves a home extension.”

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