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    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

    Hi all I have found my bathroom sink’s tap for cold water suddenly has very low pressure, yet the hot water tap in the sink runs fine. The baths’ taps are also running fine. Also, there is a mixer tap and I have a combi boiler setup. Does anyone have any idea how this has happened or how I can fix it? Or will I need to ring a plumber?

    Asked by Pete on 27th Feb 2019

    Hi all, I am a landlord to several flats and I am interested in hiring cleaning services for the flats when tenants have left the flat. How much does it typically cost for a single flat to be cleaned at the end of a tenancy? Could there be any discounts for multiple flats that need cleaning? If rates are reasonable, I would consider having a more regular cleaning service to keep flats in good order.

    Asked by carole on 26th Feb 2019

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    Hi, I have several projects that I require carpenter(s) to be hired for, but I am wary about the cost this might be. Does anyone have any reasonable estimates for the hourly cost of a carpenter?

    Asked by Nan on 26th Feb 2019

    Hello I have stone walls for my house which have been damaged and eroded over time that may need refiling, with some small patches of decolourisation in some areas from erosion/damage over time. These are Bath stone walls specifically and, where possible, I would like to resolve this myself. Are there any suitable materials that I can use without damaging the stonework?

    Asked by Julie on 26th Feb 2019

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