We know that having an extension built or a barn conversion is a huge decision to bear and a large financial commitment.

We work very closely with customers every step of the way, from initial planning right up to after care and advice. We understand that you like to know what is going on and how we are progressing with your house extension or barn conversion and provide daily or weekly reports to keep you informed. This ethos has led to many happy customers in Taunton, Wellington, Bridgwater and further afield.

As a contractor we will cover all aspects of your house extension to give you peace of mind. We will source all products as best and as economically as we can. We use tried and tested , local tradesmen that we have been working with for many years and you will always be greeted with a friendly face in the morning. All our team pride themselves on their work, appearance and attitude and this is something we feel is extremely important. If you are looking for house extension builders in Taunton, Somerset, contact us today!

We have been working closely with local architects in Taunton, Bridgwater and Wellington over the years and are happy to recommend them. So in all we can offer the complete design and build package if you require. Our work is fully guaranteed and insured and we come backed by The Federation of Master Builders and work under the Governments Trustmark scheme.

We like to offer a smooth job from start to finish which is what our previous and existing customers have said about our work ethic- check out our testimonials!

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need planning permission for my extension? A: You will not need planning permission for extending up to 6 metres from your existing property under the new legislation that was passed later last year. However, Building Regulations will still be required by law.
  • How long does it take for planning permission to be granted? A: If and only if permission is granted (if required) it can take up to 6-8 weeks for approval providing all drawings that are submitted are accurate at time of drawing. The planners may ask for revisions if there are elements that need to be changed. This may come at a cost from the architect and also may delay permission being granted. It is always best to try and keep on side with your local planning department!