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    I am renovating a small 2 bed terrace house. There are numerous repairs required. These include roof and chimney repairs (stripping slates adding weather barrier and refitting), ground floor repair / renovation and damp tanking (floor joists rotted at front wall), kitchen door move (to existing window) / wall alteration (RSJ) and new fit units, bathroom new fit, new windows / doors (6 windows, front and rear door, 1 small velux), possible rewiring, yard wall demolition and rebuild, free standing garage demolition and removal. I am currently looking for quotes for works required. How much generally should I expect to pay? High and low estimate?? Cheers

    Asked by Jason on 20th Aug 2019

    Am trying to ascertain how difficult and rough idea of cost to remove a chimney breast. The chimney stack, which was on a flat roof, has already been removed and new roof laid. The room in question is directly below this flat roof. There are two flats below, one on first floor and the other on the ground floor - we are on the top.

    Asked by Esther on 15th Aug 2019

    How much roughly would a kitchen refurbishment be?

    Asked by Mary on 2nd Jul 2019

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    my house has a conservatory on the back. Will I need to locate my damp proofing bricks before I higher the garden up or will it be ok to higher the patio to the highest step to the door.

    Asked by Rebecca on 16th Apr 2019

    Hi all, I have a conservatory attached to the house currently which features a dwarf wall. I was wondering if it would be possible to convert the conservatory, building from the dwarf wall upwards. It has a concrete floor and significant footings from what I can tell. Can this be converted into a single storey extension? Would anybody know if this is feasible or if it would be cheaper than a completely new extension? Many Thanks

    Asked by Patrick on 27th Feb 2019

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