There is a multitude of aspects to consider when pricing a kitchen extension. Sure, there’s the budget for the extension but what about the many fittings and their associated costs?
When comparing the kitchen extension cost with the many benefits, it definitely is worth it because of the value it will add to your property should you wish to sell or flip the property in future.
In addition to building costs and professional fees, there may also be the cost of applying for planning permission and getting building regulations approval from your local authorities.
This is all the information you need to achieve a kitchen extension while ensuring you set a realistic budget that is easy to adhere to.
These costs may differ but generally, you’re looking at the following expenses:
Naturally, you will want to keep the price down on your kitchen extension as much as possible. This is the case for any extension. A kitchen extension cost is essentially affected by the complexity of the proposed build; keeping it simply makes things cheaper.
You can achieve this by avoiding peculiar room shapes because materials and labour will end up costing you much more.
Generally, you can expect to spend between £1,400 – £1,900 + VAT in and around London and £1,200 and £1,500 + VAT per m² elsewhere on most ground floor extensions. As a result, you could see up to 10% more value added to your property. It’s not hard to see why a kitchen extension is a substantial investment.
The above kitchen extension costs are average amounts and will most likely differ from extension to extension. What we can promise is that we will beat these kitchen extension costs, helping you save, yet still providing you with quality service. Looking to install a small kitchen in your loft? This guide should give you an idea of which direction you could go.