Home Extensions and Home Renovations


Many homeowners love where they live, but their home no longer suits them in terms of size or style. Home extensions and renovations can provide the ideal solution by giving you the space and design you desire without the cost and inconvenience of moving or demolishing.

Home extensions that add needed space and accommodation and home remodeling that re-configures areas for modern living, can effectively provide a ‘new’ home in a much loved location.

Kitchen renovations, bathroom and laundry renovations as well as updating of flooring, window frames and doors, or small structural or cosmetic changes to the exterior of the home, are all effective ways to give a home new life.

The added benefit of a home extension or home renovation project is that you have a ‘new’ home whilst avoiding the expense of the hefty stamp duty, real estate and removalist fees that are associated with moving. Also, in many cases you do not need to move out during the works, so you can also avoid the added expense of renting while you build.

Addstyle has received more peer-judged industry awards for its home extensions and renovations than any other home improvement builder in Perth, since 1988. Addstyle attributes this success to the close attention each project receives from it’s team of renovation-specialist building staff and tradespeople. Addstyle maintains a very low Project Supervisor to job ratio and caps the number of projects it undertakes each year to ensure it can deliver the highest levels of experience and expertise to every client.

Please visit our Testimonial page to view a detailed list of our industry awards, read some client reviews and view press and television features.

To view some examples of our work including our home extensions and home renovations, please visit our Project Gallery.

To discuss your own home extension or home renovation with one of our award winning home improvement Design Consultants, please Contact Us to arrange an obligation-free design consultation.

For further information read the article To Renovate or Move: The $100,000 question.

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