Sigma Home Solutions provide Architectural Services to help you improve your home. Sigma Home Solutions recognises that extending and enhancing your home or premises can be a daunting process but with our professional yet personal approach we believe that we can provide all the support and guidance necessary.

By understanding your requirements we work closely with our clients to achieve their objectives effectively and to their satisfaction. With a wide range of services we believe we can cater for all projects based anywhere in the Wolverhampton and Birmingham areas to further a field. Call or Email us to arrange a free of charge consultation to progress your design needs.

Serviced Areas

  • Midlands

Contact Details

  City Wolverhampton
  Postcode WV2 1EL
  Address The Workspace, All Saints Road
  Phone Number 077 4952 5955

From Our Website

With the recent change to legislation regarding whether we need to acquire Planning Permission or not its always best to speak to either an Architectural practice. This family in Solihull required extra space with their growing family and so with the excellent heights avaliable in the roof space we were able to design a large bedroom and. Often people have difficulty in visualising what 2 dimensional plans will look like in reality. We can help by creating these photo realistic 3 dimensional image.

Please see below for examples of previous projects we have completed along with Testimonials from our clients. With thorough and quality drawings local authorities favour accurate and well presented plans which are of significant benefit to our clients. From these examples you can see we deal with all sizes of projects and ensure a high level of service for projects small to large.

Recent changes to legislation regarding Householder Permitted Development have been introduced. These changes now clearly identify how you may be able to extend your property without the need to apply for Planning Permission. See below for the criteria to achieve Permitted Development. The above list is an interpretation of the Householder Permitted Development Rights 2008 and do not constitute a definitive source of legal information. Should you have any concerns you should contact your local planning department prior to any building work.