We need two internal supporting walls knocking down to open out our kitchen and separate back/breakfast room into one larger dining kitchen. They are both supporting walls and so at least one rsj will be needed
They were quick to contact us to arrange to come and see the job; fast to provide us with a competitive, written quote; and both very likeable people. They were able to fit us into their schedule when we needed them; the job was done in the timescale they quoted at the price they quoted. They were very flexible - including extra jobs we realised needed doing as they went along. They were clean and tidy, polite and personable. We are very pleased with the result and will be having them back in 2012 for "phase 2" of our project! :-)
"It does exactly what it says on the tin" :-)Lorraine
replace floorboards, joists and skirtings
fit insulated plasterboard and skim also skim ceilings in two rooms
Dividing walls between kitchen, dining room & conservatory demolished, fire place demolished & exisiting brick built conservatory converted into extension ? conservatory demolished/new extension built.
Opening lounge/dinner through dividing walk with radiator, Opening needs to be about 2mx2m to accomadation sliding doors.
Opening dinning room/Kitchen, Opening needs to be about 3.5mx2m
***BUDGET IS CURRENTLY UNKNOWN AS WE ARE MOVING HOUSE*****
i need two completely removing
Removing the wall betweem the kitchen and dining room and maybe other building work.
JOIN HOUSE TO GARAGE AND CONVERT GARAGE
Mainly plastering work throughout after electrical works and installation of central heating, but also installation of french doors and a window (some brickwork required to fit these as well), and some light roof repairs to fix a small leak.
The doors, window and bricks are already on site and just require installation.
Updated : Still looking for tradesmen, we're extremely serious about getting this done - don't be put off by us having to get rid of the last workman... there was a genuine reason behind it! (happy to explain to you away from this site) Original : Unfortunately we have just had to fire our previous builder so we are now on the market again to get the remaining works completed.
There are multiple aspects to the job - a fair bit of plastering work, bricking up a couple of windows, installation of french doors & a window (previous builder will be providing these to us asap) and potentially some roof works and work to the fireplaces, and maybe even some other bits as well (this can be discussed later).
Note that there are no problems with any of the works that have already been done, they are to a good standard - just unfinished - so don't worry about coming into a DIY SOS project!
Won't go into detail about previous events here (we can explain that in person) but we are very keen to get all this completed quickly, as I am sure you yourselves will be too!
Happy to receive a call from you if you wish to discuss further.
moving a door way, changing skirting boards and putting in new woodern doors, opening chimney breast up to allow for inglenock fireplace and filling in a fireplace.
old back boiler and make into open working fire place