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With a semi-detached home, the possibilities for expansion are almost limitless. With just one neighbouring wall, you may expand
sideways, upward, to the front, to the back, or even around corners. And the decisions you make about an addition may add a significant
amount of square footage to your home, create new social areas, build numerous new rooms, or just allow more light into an enlarged
room.

However, you must work within the constraints of what is permissible under permitted projects or planning permission, as well as the
space available in your current home. So, to help you decide on the direction, style, form, and usage of your semi-detached expansion
project, we’ve collected a variety of ideas that will perhaps inspire you and open your eyes to new possibilities.

Extend your arm to the side.

If you’re fortunate enough to have extra room on the side of your house, expanding to the side may nearly quadruple the amount of space
you have. We appreciate how this addition has been done so tastefully that it fits in with the original home and is hardly noticeable. This
addition seems to have resulted in the creation of at least two more large rooms, which is very remarkable!

Plan out your extension.

One of the benefits of living in a home for a long time is the opportunity to form connections with your neighbours. And it makes sense to
create the same extension if you have basically the same property. The advantages of a dual extension are both functional and attractive,
so we’re not sure why this isn’t done more often. If you’re planning anything more contemporary, you won’t even need to collaborate with
the current house. What a brilliant concept!

Consider using a slanted extension.

When it comes to expansion, we must always work within the confines of the house and the land we have. And, depending on the budget
or needs, a modest expansion may be sufficient. By just extending rearward a few yards, you may greatly increase the square footage.

Allow light to enter your extension.

By deploying numerous Velux-type windows to allow all that natural light in, you can replicate the sense of being in a high open area
using the existing roof structure.

Make a garden room out of your addition.

This building has all of the light and openness of a greenhouse while maintaining the secure structure of a home addition. We love how
this kind of expansion embraces the garden and invites in the finest of the outside elements while also providing a wonderful lifestyle
adjustment in the house. Aside from opening up a semi-detached home, the hidden benefit of this extension concept is that it tends to cost
less than a brick and mortar building, making it more budget-friendly.

Extend your extension to its maximum width.

Building a full-width addition with your expansion may provide a lot of extra floor space without detracting from your garden if your
perimeters allow it.With a semi of this size, taking up the whole area you have available may quadruple your ground floor square footage
and provide a good contrast between different architectural styles. As an added benefit, adding a porch to the back of your addition
creates a wonderful summer gathering area while also expanding your house.

Alter the form of your roof.

If you’re planning a large-scale addition that spans the breadth of your home, varying architectural styles such as pitched and flat roofs
have a dramatic aesthetic impact. This kind of addition also allows you to divide the space into two or more rooms, and we love how the
eaves of the pitched roof have been left as a window to bring in more light.

Extend the space by adding a basic flat roof.

Sometimes all you need to change the interior of your house is a basic, flat-roofed, single-room addition, and simplicity may be both
effective and cost-efficient.

Continue in the back.

Many semi-detached homes have lovely, long gardens, which provide a great chance to expand. An L-shaped addition is an excellent
option for creating a significant quantity of extra space while maintaining a natural fit with the existing structure on a large site.

To create the semi-detached house extension in Glasgow that you need for home, Luke Lloyd Builders is just a click away for a speedy site visit & prompt quotation.