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    Whole house refurb

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    I am looking at buying a property that would need to be taken back to the shell and made good. Hasn't been touched in thirty years. Rewiring the whole place, possible plumbing updates, does have central heating, knocking one wall down between kitchen and dining room. It is a two storey three bedroom semi detached house. Size is approx one hundred and twelve square metres. If I am looking for a medium finish how much would it cost? And how long would it take?

    Asked by Paru on 15th Sep 2020
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    Dunton building services

    "Hi ,
    I just finished renovating a similar size 3 bed semi.
    Full re-wire and plumbing , new Howdens kitchen , new bathroom and w/c. Bathroom and kitchen tiled floors and walls , new internal doors throughout ,plastered and painted. High spec kitchen , medium spec throughout rest of property.
    Labour was £14000
    Materials were £16000 Inc the £9000 kitchen."

    Answered on 25th Sep 2020 - Member since Jun 2020 - report
    Superior Construction

    "That's a good question with a number of answers dependant on the following.
    1. How much work are you undertaking personally.?
    2. Do you have any particular skills?
    3. Exactly what works?
    4. Will every wall need replastering from bare brick or stone to finish?
    5. Budget for new kitchen, bathroom, floors, combi boiler?
    6. Windows and doors.
    7. Is the roof sound?
    8. Exterior of the house. Does it need any work?
    9. Central heating, new radiators and pipes?

    The cost would be dependant on the above.
    Full rewiring. £2,500-£3000.
    New combi , radiators and new pipework £2,500 approximately."

    Answered on 17th Sep 2020 - Member since Aug 2019 - report
    Buildbuddy Construction Ltd

    "Approximate cost is 20k and it'll take 4-6 weeks to refurb 3 bedroom semi."

    Answered on 17th Sep 2020 - Member since Aug 2018 - report
    Primo Projects

    "Regarding the cost it’s obviously difficult to gauge accurately as difficulty level, size etc varies from house to house.
    However, roughly speaking you’re looking at ball park 13k give or take."

    Answered on 17th Sep 2020 - Member since Sep 2020 - report
    HR Builders

    "It's not an easy job when come to knock the wall down, and need Beam support. To get every material you need Roughly around £4000"

    Answered on 3rd Oct 2020 - Member since Jul 2020 - report
    Cadre property maintenance Ltd.

    "Around 30,000 and would take around 4-6 weeks to complete"

    Answered on 22nd Oct 2020 - Member since Oct 2020 - report

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