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    RSJ and wall removal cost

    Builders

    Hi,

    How much (approximately) would it cost to install an RSJ to an external load bearing wall between a dining room and extension in order to open the dining room into the kitchen? This is to make an L shaped kitchen diner. This job would involve the removal of a wall below the RSJ, approximately 7ft x 6ft.

    Asked by Jacqueline on 1st Dec 2019
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    JCLS Building and Landscaping Contractors

    "It would cost around £500 to cut out the wall, supply and fit RSJ, make good any plaster work and remove all of the debris."

    Answered on 3rd Dec 2019 - Member since Nov 2019 - report
    B.j.parkin building contractors

    "Rsj and wall removal would be between £1800 and £2200, excluding building notice."

    Answered on 3rd Mar 2020 - Member since Aug 2015 - report
    Multi Build

    "£1000 to fit steel
    £300 wall removal
    £160 waste disposal
    £50 cls/fire board for cladding steel
    £200 plastering
    Then cost of steel,could be up to £250 (size depends on S.E report)
    Then fees typically are..
    £420 structural engineer
    £160 building control
    £150 for a genie lift (if it’s a large steel)"

    Answered on 31st Mar 2020 - Member since Jul 2019 - report
    Tree of Quality

    "If there is only one beam to install including the pad stones, demolishing of the wall, making good the reveals, ceiling and floor estimate would be around £3500 including the materials, skip, lift and strong boys"

    Answered on 26th Mar 2020 - Member since Jun 2019 - report
    Valuto builders limited

    "Most likely depends on the type of steel work needed as a single rsj would be cheapest
    Then you have a goal post style Or letter box

    Price guide from 4-8k estimated"

    Answered on 5th Apr 2020 - Member since Mar 2019 - report

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