14 Apr 21
I own a 3/4 bedroom unmodernized mi-terraced house in Kemerton Road, SE5 9AP. It requires a lot of work done, including taking down several walls, installing two bathrooms and installing french doors. If you would be interested to undertake the works kindly contact me and I can provide further documents. We are looking for someone who can start work within 2-3 weeks Best regards, Chand
18 Nov 20
Hallway subfloor wood in pieces after leak repair on pipes. Approx 1m x 2m, needs to be replaced. Need to have battoning screwed to concrete floor so boards no rest directly on pipes. Then marine ply fitted. Location of problem is by front door, with secondary fire door right next to it. Ground floor flat.
11 Oct 20
Hello, Looking for someone to fit my new kitchen. U-shaped, laminate worktop, 3 wall cabinets, 2 tall units and 5 base units plus integrated appliances. Kitchen is from DIY kitchens and came ready to fit (no flat packs). There is no need to do structural work but some cuts and adjustments around the pipes maybe required. Please text me if interested. Many thanks Eve
05 Oct 20
Hello, I would like to get a rough quote on how much it will cost to renovate the entire home. This includes: Change flooring of entire home; Walls and ceiling to be modernised and re plastered; New central heating system; Rewiring electricity; Plumbing; Reconfiguring layout; Building garden extension; Adding 1 shower room/toilet on ground floor.
21 Aug 20
The length is 2690mm. The breath is 2180mm. I intend to rip the floor and wall tiles out. I have floor tiles. I will rip the bathtub out. I intend on putting two toilet basins. I intend to cordon off toilet one with a perspex shield on a runner. I intend to put a bathtub with 6-8 jets. I intend to put in a quadrant. I intend to put a basin 600 x 500 mm. I will keep the one in situ. I will keep the taps in situ. I intend to put a sliding door to replace the bathroom door to open up the space. I intend to increase the water pressure to handle the bathtub and quadrant.
26 Jun 20
Bedroom to Kitchen and bathroom Honesty to you I need to work everything under my budget. (Around 7,000GBP all-inclusive ) Ground Floor: 1. stud wall around 3 meters with a door (I have a door) First Floor: 1. Add a new shower in a large room(toilet, tile, sink, shower) 2. stud wall around 3 meters with a door for this new shower room 3. In the remaining space, I will need a tiny kitchen there (Sink with a small worktop, extractor fan) There is no pipe on the first floor, but this area is right above the kitchen. It would be great if you can send me the rough price and I can arrange a site visit if the price is matched. I am not own the house yet but I still can arrange a site visit. The project will start around Aug.
19 Jun 20
To supply and install a suspended fire rated plasterboard ceiling throughout to comply with building regulations (200m approx); joints taped and filled to receive decoration upon completion. To allow for an access panel to the ceiling void and 40db rating sound above the 3 surgeries and decontamination room. Ceiling height to be kept maximum height as possible and all one level with downstand bulkheads around beams and ductwork where necessary. Generally floor to ceiling height to be 2400mm where possible keeping void above suspended ceiling below 800mm (ceiling height 3200mm at highest point) Supply and construct floor to ceiling stud wall partitions (as shown on plan) to include sound insulation to cavity. Joints taped and filled leaving ready to receive decorative finish upon completion. The partition walls to achieve minimum fire rating to comply with current fire regulations. To ensure columns present are boxed in as shown on plans. OPG room to have one layer of stud wall to Code 3 (1.32mm to BSEN12588 or BBA equivalent) lead plasterboard as shown on drawing provided by RPA (in purple). The three surgeries to have one layer of plasterboard as Knauf Safeboard from floor level to a height of 2.0m in areas marked on drawing approved by RPA (in orange). Provisions made in stud walls to accommodate doors as shown on layout plan. Vertical timber batons in three walls (surgeries) to support wall mounted x-ray units
20 May 20
I own a large studio with separate bathroom and kitchen which I intend to turn into a one bedroom property. The studio is on the top floor of a Victorian conversion that has three other flats. I own the attic space and the communal stairwell directly outside the flat front door. I intend to; 1. Move the front door to the bottom of the stairwell, creating more space in the flat. 2. Fit a new kitchen with plumbing in the current studio area creating a kitchen diner. 3. Knock down the wall between the bathroom and the kitchen to create a bedroom. 4. create a wet-room with shower and toilet / sink in the remaining space. 5. Gas to be put into the flat and radiators to be fitted. New windows to be put in. 6. New lighting to be installed in the communal area just outside the newly placed front door with motion detectors. The current state of the property is that it is in a poor but liveable state. There is no heating via radiators as the flat is electric only but it does have the means for gas central heating to be installed via Combi Boiler. The flat will require a new waste pipe and plumbing and will also require new electrics to be put in. I have the consent from the other freeholders in the building to carry out the works. I have a detailed architectural designs drawn up.
01 Feb 20
Hello, I am looking for contractor who would take on kitchen full renovation project. Jobs will include: Knocking down wall separating kitchen and living room to create open plan (plasterboard wall) Some plastering Plumbing Fitting new kitchen and appliances Electric work Lying kitchen floor and tiles Moving gas pipes but not the boiler. It is small kitchen.
16 Aug 19
Flat in wapping. We need a bunch of renovation works including. - Removal of partition wall in the kitchen - Installation of new alcove cupboards - Resurfacing of kitchen wall - Removal and refit of kitchen ceiling - Installation of new kitchen (units, appliances, tiling and electrics only - not countertops). The units come pre-built so are quick to install. - Installation of new lighting (1 in the kitchen over the kitchen island, 2 in the bedroom on the wall as bedside lights, 1 extra on the wall in the living room, and 1 above the living room on a very high ceiling) - Installation of two new electric radiators - Replacement of all light switches and sockets with brass ones - Removal of old electrical sockets (5 in total) and resurfacing of the wall behind it - Sanding and resurfacing of windowsill and fixing of holes beneath windowsill
10 Aug 19
Steel frame to replace loadbearing stud wall in victorian house. 1 new stud wall and lesser studwork to square up 2 rooms. New unvented cylinder and removal of redundant plumbing/reworking of some existing. New bathroomx2 (plumbing, electrics, tiling). Plumbing of new radiators and moving a few light fittings. Making good & plasterboard patching.