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Extending your home is a popular way to increase space and add value to your property. With the hassle and costs of moving house – from legal fees to stamp duty – the reasons to stay put and improve your existing home soon mount up. With many different options available to you, we can have a chat and help you to decide, so get in touch with us today to find out how we can help.

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Not extending and instead, remodelling your existing house design to add space internally is usually a more cost effective and time saving solution.


It is generally possible to find unknown, unused or underutilised space that can be rearranged into a house design and layout that is much more efficient and effective. The added bonus is that generally, there is no need for planning permission for internal works (unless you live in a listed building or in a conservation area). However, you will still need to follow building regulations.


If your house is looking a bit shabby, or you’ve recently bought a property that’s in need of some TLC, then a house refurbishment project is probably on the cards. There’s no standard list of what you need to do to refurbish a house, so it will depend on your property. 


Also providing all of the help and advice that you need along the way, we will work closely with you to ensure that your refurb is everything you hoped it would be.

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Our talented building contractors undertake all aspects of general building, renovation, and refurbishment work, from extensions and new builds to any general building, joinery, plumbing, electrical and tiling work required by our clients.


At the heart of our success is the network of skilled tradespeople, surveyors, and designers we work with, allowing us to deliver a seamless construction service to both commercial and domestic clients alike. From period property restorations to basement excavations, tanking or bathroom installations, no project is too big or small for our team. Call us today to find out more.


A backyard is an extension of what's going on inside your home. Usually, it is more colourful, casual, fun, and the possibilities are up to the terrain, your design skills, and your do-it-yourself know-how.


To help your outdoor space realise its potential. LGK construction can guide you through the process of figuring out a style, deciding who will be using the yard, creating zones of activity, choosing materials and plants.

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