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Choose an extension and then book a call to go through the options in order to confirm the outline design. We will then prepare a detailed proposal with an estimate of the build costs, plus details of design fees, applications and anticipated timescales.
If you decide to go ahead with your extension proposal, we aim to get the first draft of your drawings returned in just 5 working days (from the survey). Our unique method of working, enables us to produce drawings very quickly and at extremely competitive prices.
We deal with all applications on your behalf and can work with selected local builders to provide a complete ‘one-stop’ solution. In most cases, the builder who prices your initial extension will be the one doing the work and we will liaise with them throughout the process.
Advantages of using Steel
☑ we use recycled steel in producing our structures, hence reducing the carbon footprint of our factory.
☑ the regularity of structural elements guarantees quality finishes.
☑ the modularity of structures creates the support for other prefabricated materials.
☑ lightweight structural elements, thus no need for lifting equipment.
☑ material wastage is reduced, hence reducing overall costs.
☑ the insulation is much improved.
☑ higher seismical resistance, thus increased safety.
☑ the final price is a quarter lower than the price of classic construction.
☑ Steel frames can withstand strong winds and floods.
☑ Steel has total uniform quality so it makes for straight walls and consistent performance.
☑ It won’t rot, decay, or absorb moisture. It doesn’t swell, shrink or warp.
☑ And also unlike wood for example, there is virtually no wastage. What tiny amount there is (less than 1%), is recycled.
☑ Steel is the strongest readily-available construction material and the best value around
☑ Steel frames are faster to put up than timber or masonry. Much faster without compromising quality.
☑ You don’t have to wait for a steel frame to settle. As soon as it’s up, the building work can continue.