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The large room has a window and radiator at both ends so shouldn't be a problem there. The whole house will be having a re-wire at the same time as the partition so that will sort lights and sockets. We just need some idea of exactly where the wall and new doors will go in order to get the size rooms we want.

Do we need a builder/joiner or architect?

 

hiya contact me on number below, i can advise you on this thanks andy

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The large room has a window and radiator at both ends so shouldn't be a problem there. The whole house will be having a re-wire at the same time as the partition so that will sort lights and sockets. We just need some idea of exactly where the wall and new doors will go in order to get the size rooms we want.

Do we need a builder/joiner or architect?

 

A decent joiner would sort this out, its quite straight forward. I don't generally seek work off the forum but there are some obviously good lads on here like Joinerandy and Jeff that have good feedback. I would say, seeing as you have the electrics sorted, getting a radiator in first.... the rest is plain sailing. I am presuming this is a first floor room, second floor have different regs.

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would be happy to help with any plastering issues you have, also for the joinery i hear nothing but good things about "joiner andy" from this forum.

 

Cheers.

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Take a couple of painkillers and lie down in a dark room for a couple of hours.

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A decent joiner would sort this out, its quite straight forward. I don't generally seek work off the forum but there are some obviously good lads on here like Joinerandy and Jeff that have good feedback. I would say, seeing as you have the electrics sorted, getting a radiator in first.... the rest is plain sailing. I am presuming this is a first floor room, second floor have different regs.

 

thank you very much

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would be happy to help with any plastering issues you have, also for the joinery i hear nothing but good things about "joiner andy" from this forum.

 

Cheers.

 

thank you .

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A decent joiner would sort this out, its quite straight forward. I don't generally seek work off the forum but there are some obviously good lads on here like Joinerandy and Jeff that have good feedback. I would say, seeing as you have the electrics sorted, getting a radiator in first.... the rest is plain sailing. I am presuming this is a first floor room, second floor have different regs.

 

hi thankyou very much kind regards jeff:)

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Building regs for window size in relation to floor area is 10% minimum. And opening part 5%. Check building regs for means of escape rules. If extra room complies, then it adds the value when you come to sell. Valuer/surveyors notice these things.

 

Hi,

Please explain where these details are from, as I believe them to wholly incorrect

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