Rear extension: adding space and comfort to your home

Most Frequently Asked Questions

Costs vary widely, but on average they range between €15,000 and €50,000, depending on size, materials and finishes.

Popular materials include brick, wood and plastic. Each material has its own characteristics and appearance.

Yes, local building codes usually set limits on the size of a rear extension. Consult municipal regulations.

A permit is sometimes not required for smaller setbacks, but it is essential to check local building codes.

Construction time varies, but it can take from 2 to 4 months on average, depending on the size and complexity of the reverse construction.

Yes, clean lines, lots of glass and integration of interior and exterior space are popular design trends for modern reverse engineering.

In some cases, existing drawings can serve as a basis, but additional details for the reverse construction are likely to be needed.

Common mistakes include ignoring local building codes, not involving an architect enough, and underestimating costs.

Yes, with row houses, plans must take into account adjacent properties. Consult with neighbors and check any common rules.

Conclusion

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