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  1. Dear Property Hub community, My name is Luis, I'm a Spanish Construction Engineer that has lived half of his life already here in the UK. I'm passionate about property investment, for now I've done mainly buy to lets and a couple flips. I'm MCIOB, so charted construction manager and I've got my own small design and build company in partnership with an architect and a Surveyor. I'm also working my way into becoming a residential valuer through RICS. almost there, but not just yet! I would be very happy to help anyone interested in investing in property so I can learn a
  2. Hi folks, just about to replace all the insulation in the loft of my BTL following a burst-pipe flood (need to update my progress journal). The joists are 100mm depth and the 270mm insulation depth recommendation is well publicised. But... To achieve 270 I'd need to lay 100mm between joists and then cross-lay 170mm. This involves buying two types of insulation and having the associated leftover for both thicknesses (although the stuff is fairly flexible, so that's not such a concern). However, in doing some research I came across this table that suggests there's no incremental gain
  3. Hello everyone! I have a very unusual property law case. I have been trying to get advice from about dozen of various property law solicitors as well as taking some actions but unsuccessfully and no one knows what to do with it…. In 2007 my husband and I bought a leasehold property (1st floor maisonette) with a converted loft. The loft was converted in 2004. When we bought the property it was repossessed. We used recommended solicitors, who were based in Scotland. Only after the purchase was sealed I found out that the loft had a separate title and what’s worse it was not transferred in
  4. So i've just bought my first property which I plan to move into and gradually refurb over the next year before moving on. I am looking to start with the loft and seeking some advice. The loft currently only has 50mm insulation so I was thinking of improving this to 270mm, however I am wanting to make this space useable for either storage or as an office. So I am now thinking of insulating between the joists and then putting insulation boards over the top before flooring but I was wondering if anyone had more experience in this area, if they knew a more cost effective approach or had any ex
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