Roofline Home Improvements


Home Extensions and Garden Rooms

Create the much-desired and needed space in your home with a bespoke extensions

Building a home extension truly that compliments your living space

Expertly constructed with insulated roofs and walls, double-glazed windows and strong, steel-reinforced structures, a Roofline home extension is an efficient alternative to traditional building methods.

Available in a variety of styles and finishes and individually tailored, a Roofline home extension truly compliments your living space, creating an elegant and understated room for all seasons.

Our modern and contemporary home extensions provide the ideal home improvement product that quickly expands your living space.

Discover the ultimate oasis in your backyard – the garden room!

Also known as a garden office or studio, this standalone structure is the perfect addition to your property.

Our garden rooms are meticulously crafted using top-quality materials to provide you with the utmost comfort and functionality.

You’ll enjoy all the modern conveniences, including excellent insulation, electrical wiring, and even plumbing options. Plus, our garden rooms come in a wide range of sizes and styles, allowing you to customise your oasis to perfectly match your needs and preferences.

How much does a Guardian™ Home Extension Cost?

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What is the difference between a Garden Room and an Extension, and what are the benefits?

A garden room, also known as a garden office or studio, is a standalone structure located in the garden or backyard of a property. It serves as an additional living or working space, separate from the main house.

These garden rooms are usually made of high-quality materials and are designed to be comfortable and functional, providing insulation, electricity, and often plumbing facilities. They come in various sizes and styles to suit individual needs and preferences.

On the other hand, home extensions refer to enlarging the existing living space of a house. It involves extending one or multiple rooms, such as the kitchen, living room, or adding an extra floor to create more space for various purposes, like a new bedroom, office, or leisure area.

Overall, both garden rooms and home extensions offer practical solutions for space constraints, enhancing the living experience and adding value to the property.

Garden room benefits
Home extensions benefits
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Garden room

The benefits of a garden room include:

  1. Increased Living Space: Garden rooms offer valuable extra space for various purposes, including home offices, art studios, gyms, playrooms, or relaxation areas.
  2. Separate Working Environment: A garden office provides a dedicated workspace away from the distractions of the main house, leading to increased productivity and focus.
  3. Connection to Nature: Being situated in the garden, these rooms allow occupants to enjoy natural surroundings, fostering a sense of tranquility and well-being.
  4. Versatility: Garden rooms can be customized to suit individual needs, with options for insulation, heating, and lighting, making them usable year-round.
  5. Property Value: Adding a garden room can enhance the value of the property, making it an attractive feature for potential buyers or renters.
Future of Home Extensions

Home extension benefits include:

  1. Additional Space: Extensions provide more living areas, accommodating growing families or allowing homeowners to indulge in their hobbies and interests.
  2. Tailored Design: Extensions can be designed to blend seamlessly with the existing property, matching architectural style and aesthetics.
  3. Avoiding Relocation Costs: Instead of moving to a larger property, extensions offer a cost-effective way to expand living space.
  4.  Increased Property Value: A well-designed and executed extension can significantly boost the overall value of the property.
  5. Personalisation: Homeowners can design the extension according to their specific needs, whether it’s a larger kitchen, a spacious living room, or an additional bedroom.
SIP extension panels

SIP (Structural Insulated Panel) garden rooms:

  1. Design: Plan the layout, size, and purpose of the garden room. Obtain necessary permits and check local building regulations.
  2. Foundation: Prepare a solid, level foundation to support the structure.
  3. Frame: Assemble the SIP panels according to the design, ensuring proper alignment and securing them together.
  4. Insulation: The SIP panels come with built-in insulation, reducing heat loss and improving energy efficiency.
  5. Roofing: Add a weatherproof roof, sloping to allow water drainage.
  6. Windows and Doors: Install windows and doors, maximizing natural light and ventilation.
  7. Electrical and Plumbing: Add wiring, lighting, and plumbing as needed.
  8. Interior Finish: Finish the interior with insulation, drywall, and other desired materials.
  9. Exterior Finish: Apply siding or cladding for weather protection and aesthetics.
  10. Final touches: Paint, furnish, and decorate the garden room to create a welcoming and functional space.


Improve, don’t move

Extending your home can be a great idea for several reasons. Firstly, it allows you to create additional space tailored to your needs and preferences without the hassle of moving. You can design the extension to suit your lifestyle, incorporating features like a garden room, home office, or entertainment area.

Secondly, it is often more cost-effective than purchasing a new property, considering the expenses involved in buying and selling homes.

Moreover, extending your current home retains the sentimental value and familiarity of your existing neighbourhood, schools, and community. Overall, it provides a practical and personalized solution to meet your evolving living requirements.

What are the different types of house extensions?

There are various types of house extensions, including rear extensions (extending at the back), side extensions (extending on the side), loft conversions (converting attic space), conservatories (glass structures), and garden room extensions (integrated with the outdoor area). Each type offers unique benefits and caters to different space requirements and preferences.


Rear extensions

Side extension conservatory

Side extensions

Roof Window And Skylight

Loft Conversions

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Home extension

Garden room extensions

Single Storey Extensions – What are these?

We specialise in single-storey extensions, Garden Rooms and orangeries, all being single-storey additional living spaces built on one level, usually at the rear of a property.

It provides extra room for various purposes, such as a larger kitchen, dining area, living room, or garden room, expanding the overall floor space without adding extra floors.

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Interested in a Roofline Home Extension or Garden Room?

Feel free to get in touch and we will be able to provide you with a free no obligation quotation.