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Reliable Builder & Joiner for light refurb, Derbyshire
annep posted a topic in Contractor AdviceContractors required to knock down kitchen wall to create kitchen/diner, make good & plaster walls & ceiling, put airbrick in front bedroom. Joiner to create x 3 door frames & doors for wardrobes, pair of doors for utility cupboard in kitchen. Plasterer for kitchen and to skim 1 x ceiling in front bedroom. This side of Christmas if possible PLEASE Many thanks Anne
60k - 80k Decision! Can it be done?
ThomasJr posted a topic in General property discussionI find myself in a scenario where I have a 3 story building (estimate 160sqm) in need of a major renovation in the North west of England.Intentions are to convert the building into a 4 bed 2 En suite 2 off suite Home, average finish, fully project mange the build myself Subcontract Etc. Starting with Inside• A complete strip out• Structural Tie rods to Tie the building together, I believe • Roof only 1 of 2 Upsides, it needs some strengthening with new timber 80% good repair • Complete wiring + storage heaters • Plumb the showers, sinks, sewers no central heating• Windows the other Upside, are brand new both front & back• Slab + plaster Outside• Guttering • 30 % plastering example around reveals + soft spotsImportant points Building is not Listed the ground floor is commercial so (Change of use planning) I have not had a survey done yet still I witnessed the work done on the previous neighbors same building however they are no longer around to seek advice. My questions are,1. How do I establish an estimate i.e. building cost per square meter?2. Where would you suggest I could keep costs down?Finally time isn’t entirely priority but within reason.Thank you for viewing.
Hi Everyone, My name is Bryony and to my great relief found The property Hub and podcast around a month a go. I've been busy currently working on renovating a 2 bed mid terraced 1930's house in Nuneaton. I worked in the power tool industry for 13 years and left early 2017 to follow property full time. I currently have two BTL properties in my portfolio (9 and 7 years respectively) and recently sold a third to fund my first flip.... although perhaps I should convert this to a BTL and release the equity!? It has been a steep learning curve over the past 9 months, along with learning lots about property I have also trained as a tiler and plasterer to maximise profits in the short term. Looking forward to getting to know the community and joining in with some of the conversations. Many thanks, Bryony