Looking to update an old conservatory with the following:
Plaster the brick walls; upgrade electrics, tile floor preferably with underfloor heating fitted; upgrade the roof if possible
Conservatory is 3.5 m square
Remove 1.5m high x 1m wide wooden window and replace with colour match to sage green uPVC window. And remove 1m high x 1m wide wooden window and replace with French door onto new balcony. Lintel/ ibeam maybe required above new door.
I am urgently looking for someone to join my application for the green homes scheme after my previous window supplier has withdrawn from the scheme. My application is already being processed and work on the primary measure should begin very soon. You would need to be accredited.
7 pane roof window, secured to rafters with hardwood bars, now 20 yrs old. Some bars have warped and 3 of the dble glazed argon filled panes have cracked. Needs refurb using aluminium fixings please. Panes are approx 140 cm x 36cm. Roof is at low single storey hieght.
Replace large garage door with double UPVC patio doors , will need to be bricked in as doors will be smaller than the opening.
Also cladding to replace tiles to front of property
Set budget to lowest, open to proper quotes
Summerhouse: replacing old plastic panes and windows with glass and easing window frames
Greenhouse: replacing missing pane
Garage: repairing and unsealing window, installing secondary glazing.
All external work (no need to come into the house).
We want the tradesperson to supply the materials.
I want double doors removed (going into garden from bedroom), and windows fitted, with brickwork (London Stock) reinstated lower half. Made good inside with a sill and out. UPVC white windows. Opening approx 170cm
Hi, I have created a small play room in my loft and need to add a velux for light and ventilation. Maybe 2 if price is reasonable and economical to do 2 at once. Its a 1950s semi house. Concrete roof tiles. 2 storey with extension to the rear, so access via one roof, then the next. Looking for a price and advice on sizing. Many thanks. Simon