Updated : outhouse is made of brick and wood and i want the wood replace by either brick or wood on the front side od the house size aprox 7-8 ft Original : renew the front of outhouse with a new lockable door
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demolish out side shed (leaking) rebuild new shed, in either wood or brick/ brease block. fitting new door, and lock,
We have the waterpipes in the shed, and light switch,
looking at around 6ft x 3 ft wide and approx 6ft high, will need slanted roof, wood or corrugated sheeting(clear plastic will give better lighting in the summertime)
Unsold Job, Updated Details : the utilityroom is built on the side of the kitchen and to make the kitchen bigger it requires a couple of wall removing Original : Outhouse and kitchen extension.
NOT LOFT CON. 1st floor tiled bay window single brick skin requires bonding to house brickwork. Old UPVC (safestyle UK) lower bay window had no support posts fitted, this has been replaced with poles in situ but the cracks either side of the bay above have got worse as the lower window settled and water penatration below window is now more than just condensation. Upper bay not yet replaced so possibly will be part of quote for repair. Only someone with 1930's bay repair experience and local review of same please. Thanks.
i need my loft converting into a room that my teenage son can go to to get a bit of peace from the rest of the children. can not afford a full conversion but needs, easy access, flooring , plastered walls and a light . its a 3 bedroom semi detached property and i need it doing as soon as possible.
Tiled fireplace knocking out and wall bricking up and plastering
There are approximately 15 bricks at the front and back of the house that have been damaged by frost and need to be replaced. There is some mortor that needs to be repointed in the same area. All ground level.
My toilet is dripping from the ball cock valve joint, if this can also be fixed at the same time its a bonus!
I'm not sure
To complete an extension including fitting new stairs that have already been made, second and third fix plumbing and electrics, fitting floor boards, fitting plasterboard and plastering, fitting bathrooms
removal of internal wall, possibly supporting upper floor. joysts are running front to back of house and so is the wall.
we need electrical rewiring, building work, new kitchen and bathroom, putting in a new toilet downstairs where there is existing plumbing, new french doors, new heating system and plastering,laminate flooring and a carpenter