This is a difficult one to define the correct trade and job so have gone for the best fit.
The law on gas safety and inspection of hidden flues has changed and inspection hatches are required to inspect joints in the flue.
The property in question is a first floor flat. The distance between the boiler and the wall where the flue exhaust comes out is between 3 and 4 metres (therefore 3 hatches max). I need a quote for the fitting of hatches in a ceiling to comply building regulations and this new law.
Never used Williams Carpentry due to getting cheaper quote, but the dealings I had with Scott Williams, were very good. Great communication, very polite and helpful. The quote was not too far off the mark.Karl
This is the first builder I have met that really seemed to know what he is talking about. Found him very helpeful and a pleasure to deal with.
The price that was quoted was fair and in comparison not the cheapest but the quality of work carried out I was extremely impressed with. If anyone needs a recommendation I'm more than willing to speak to you.
There were extras on this job but he explained the reasons why it needed to be carried out and it was explained clearly before any extra work was carried out.
Very impressed so have given 5 star rating.Liam
a 1960,s house into a contempary design,complete refurb
Extending on side of bungalow to provide an extension to the kitchen and new utility area with UPVC ceiling and doors either end (front and back). Removal of existing exterior wall containing a window and door move sink and dishwasher, plumbing and electrics.
This conversion was done some 10 years ago and is used as a spare bedroom. Externally the up and over garage door is still in place. Internally the wall has been plastered and looks like any other internal wall. I am not aware of how this has been constructed but it seems to be to a good standard and there are no signs of damp.
I have no idea of the costs of such a job so the budget is complete guesswork, thank you for taking the time
I need a new external doorway making where there is currently a window bricking up and making good the old doorway, bricking up a small window.
Removal of internal stud wall and re routing electric sockets and light switches. Re plastering all internal walls and replacing the internal ceiling (old news to be removed completely and re-boarded and the plastered).
Leveling of floor and tiling and fitting new kitchen units and installation of appliances. I need this work don in stages and need ti door doing urgently as I am due for major surgery in four weeks I understand that this is going to be expensive but will require the work do ne in stages so
Create 1/2 bedrooms plus bathroom in loft
Knock through kitchen to create kitchen/family room
Currently 3bed victorian semi, in Parkstone
I'm not sure
Chimney on outside of house at about the spot where we're noticing the damp, so I'm guessing it may be related to that.
4m x3.5m.with a small cloak room. well insulated due to be able to work in. double glazed door and 1 window away from the house.
5+5 2 beds and bathroom upstairs, extend lounge downstairs
11 feet x 11.5 feet 2 storey extension to expand the existing kitchen and bathroom. The kitchen needs completely modernising as does the bathroom. The bathroom requires a double bath, shower cubicle, sink unit and toilet and the toilet needs to be moved roughly 4 feet along its existing wall. There is also a serving hatch in the current kitchen which needs to be bricked over.
two small rooms 4 meters by 3 meters
no plumbing or electrics.
flat roof, 1 meter- 1 meter window
small pair of french doors